The deadline is Oct. 11 for letters of nomination for the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching, Research, and Public Service Awards, given annually to Pitt faculty members.
The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes teaching excellence by members of Pitt’s faculty. Up to five awardees are chosen annually. Nomination letters should be sent electronically to Joseph McCarthy, vice provost for Undergraduate Studies, at email@example.com and copied to Meghan Culpepper at MSC80@pitt.edu. Guidelines are available here.
The Distinguished Research Award recognizes outstanding scholarly accomplishments by faculty members. Up to six awards will be made to three Senior Scholars and three Junior Scholars, who received their highest degree no more than 12 years ago. Nominations should be completed using the online form at upitt.infoready4.com (under the Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards-Research link). Email Shari Manges, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Guidelines are available here.
The Distinguished Public Service Award recognizes faculty who use University and academic resources to address social problems and to improve the general welfare of humankind. Up to five awards will be given out. Nominations should be completed using the online form at upitt.infoready4.com (under the Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards-Public Service link). Email Nancy Tannery, assistant provost, at email@example.com with any questions. Guidelines are available here.
Each awardee will receive a $2,000 cash prize and a grant of $3,000 to support their work. The awards have traditionally been given out in February.