Field Awards Eligibility Criteria
This annual award is open to any senior BSW student who is completing field placement and is in good standing.
The student must have exemplified what it means to be an outstanding student practitioner acting professionally, performing ethically, thinking critically, and responding to clients and the agency in a manner conducive with the NASW Code of Ethics and the Indiana University School of Social Work. The student must have above average demonstrated skill set, excellent performance in the field practicum, and evaluation ratings from staff, faculty, and agency field and task instructors who value the student as superior to other students in their conduct and work. They must do so while maintaining a 3.0 or above GPA.
Field Awards Nomination Process
Field Instructor or Liaison will submit nominations and a subcommittee of Field faculty will make decisions.
Field Awards Selection Process
The judging committee will be identified by the Field Coordinator (campus specific).
- Nominations will be reviewed and a selection made by the committee.
- Field Coordinator will notify the BSW Program Director of the award winner.