Nominations are now being accepted for the Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards in teaching, research and public service, and for the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring.
The closing date for letters of nomination for all for awards is Oct. 15. The chancellor’s awards come with a $2,000 cash prize and a grant of $3,000 to support the faculty member’s teaching or research activities.
Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award: Up to five awardees may be chosen annually. Nominations 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. Download the teaching award guidelines.
Chancellor's Distinguished Research Award: Up to six awards will be made, with three each for senior and junior scholars. Nominations should be completed using the online form at upitt.infoready4.com (under the Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards-Research link). Email Jessica Parsons, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Download the research award guidelines.
Chancellor's Distinguished Public Service Award: Up to five awardees may be chosen annually. Nominations should be completed using the online form at upitt.infoready4.com (under the Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards-Public Service link). Email Jordan Bowser, at email@example.com with any questions. Download the public service award guidelines.
Provost’s Award for Excellence in Doctoral Mentoring: These awards recognize outstanding mentoring of graduate students seeking a research doctorate degree. Up to four awards will be made each year, with a cash prize for each winner of $2,500. Find guidelines here.