ASFS Pedagogy Award

The ASFS Award for Food Studies Pedagogy

The ASFS Award for Food Studies Pedagogy is given to the teacher of food studies in any discipline who presents a course that uses innovative and successful pedagogical techniques to reach students. These may include classroom exercises and assignments as well as outside projects, trips, and service activities. The course may be taught at the graduate or undergraduate level, for degree credit. Any ancillary evidence of exemplary teaching methods will also be accepted. A cash stipend of $200 accompanies this award.

  • Send 3 copies of packet to awards administrator, and must include:
    • Course description
    • Syllabus
    • Evaluation
    • Peer assessment
    • May include ancillary evidence of exemplary teaching methods
  • Deadline for annual submission: February 1
  • Applicants may self-nominate
  • Membership in ASFS is not necessary and there is no fee for submission
  • 3 anonymous judges, representing 3 disciplines will assess the submissions
  • The awards administrator has no input on the final decision

Send submissions to:

Beth Forrest
c/o Culinary Institute of America
1946 Campus Drive
Hyde Park, NY 12538-1499

Questions? Contact Beth Forrest: b_forres@culinary.edu