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Physical Address:
Administration Building
Room 105
Moscow, ID
11111-3152

Phone: 111-111-6448
Fax: 111-111-6558
[email protected]

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Dr.
MS 3152
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11111-3152

University Awards for Excellence

The University Awards for Excellence recognize and encourage excellence in all forms at the academic level. Awards will be presented by President Chuck Staben and Provost and Executive Vice President John M. Wiencek on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at the International Ballroom in the Bruce M. Pitman Center.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. Full bios on the award winners will be available at the event.

Nominate a Candidate

This award was established in 2011-12 to acknowledge achievements made by gifted faculty usually during the middle of their career, who have demonstrated a commitment to outstanding scholarship, teaching, and engagement. Eligible faculty will have completed three years of full-time service at the university in either tenured, tenure track, or non-tenure track professorial ranks, including faculty at large. Up to nine awards are available to faculty annually. Individuals selected for the award will receive $5,000 in addition to their base salary effective the following academic year for two years. Please contact your dean’s office for internal college deadlines. Final nominations by the deans are due to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

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The University of Idaho seeks nominations for faculty eligible for the rank of University Distinguished Professor. This rank will be bestowed on University of Idaho faculty annually in recognition of sustained excellence, as judged by peers, in scholarly, creative and artistic achievement; breadth and depth of teaching in their discipline; and university service as well as service involving the application of scholarship, creative or artistic activities that address the needs of one or more external publics. Nominations for Distinguished Professor are due to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

University Distinguished Professors have national and usually international recognition and have brought distinction to the University of Idaho through their activities. Members of the faculty who have attained the rank of Professor and have served at the University a minimum of seven years are eligible for consideration. Up to three awards may be given annually.

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The Excellence in Interdisciplinary or Collaborative Efforts was established to recognize and honor faculty members who exemplify interdisciplinary or collaborative efforts. The individual(s) must have contributed to substantial and lasting connections to people, units, programs or departments within the University of Idaho. Award recipients will receive a cash award and an engraved clock during the Excellence Banquet. Nominations due are due to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

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The Teaching, Hoffman and Advising Awards are intended to encourage and to reward teachers and advisors for their outstanding excellence and are a tangible way to show the value superb teachers and advisors hold for our university. The Excellence Awards recognize exemplary teachers and advisors who demonstrate excellence in teaching, strong dedication to student needs, and passion for inspiring students to discover and achieve their full potential during their time at the university and beyond.

The Excellence in Teaching Award was established in 1990 and is available to full time, board appointed teaching faculty and includes one $5,000 award and up to two $2,500 awards. Faculty eligible to be nominated include Clinical, Instructor, Research, and Tenured faculty who have completed at least three years teaching at the University of Idaho (to include faculty who arrive with tenure), and who are not eligible for the Hoffman award. The Hoffman Award is directed to faculty who have completed at least three years teaching at U of I but no more than six years. The majority of nominees for the Excellence in Teaching Award are faculty who have completed six or more years at U of I.

The Hoffman Award in Teaching Excellence was established in 2007. This $1,500 award is designated for full-time faculty who have completed at least three years teaching at U of I but no more than six years. Faculty eligible for this award include instructors, clinical faculty, and untenured tenure-track faculty.

The Excellence in Advising Award was established in 2003 and recognizes an outstanding undergraduate faculty advisor and/or a professional staff advisor and provides an award of $2,000.

Members of the university community are invited to submit the name of an outstanding teacher or advisor and a short paragraph on why they deserve to be recognized. Nominations are due to [email protected] by Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. The nominees will then be notified and given instructions on what materials should be submitted to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

Recipients may only receive an award once. Please review the lists of past recipients (below) before nominating.

Offered in partnership with the Global Student Success Program (GSSP), this award is intended to recognize a university faculty member that has contributed significantly to the overall internationalization of the University of Idaho. The Excellence in Internationalization award encourages faculty to integrate internationalization into all areas of their work — teaching, research and service — in order to fulfill the global mission of the University of Idaho. This award is available to all board appointed University of Idaho faculty members and includes an honorarium of $2500.

Members of the university community are invited to submit the name of an outstanding teacher or advisor and a short paragraph on why they deserve to be recognized for their internationalization work. Applications are due to [email protected] by Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. The nominees will then be notified and given instructions on what materials should be submitted to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

The Dr. Arthur Maxwell Taylor Excellence in Diversity Award was established in 2014 to be given to a University of Idaho faculty and staff member for excellence in diversity and will recognize exceptional performance in at least three areas: has demonstrated or promoted a continuous commitment to diversity and inclusion on campus through tangible actions; sponsored or coordinated programs on campus that have cultivated diversity and inclusion; or has exceptional work in the area of diversity and inclusion that has encouraged dialogue, promoted reflection, built community or inspired action. The award consists of an honorarium of $4,000. Nominations are due to Norma Valdivia ([email protected]) by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

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The Excellence in Research and Creative Activity award was established to recognize and encourage excellence in all forms of scholarly research and creative activity. One award will be made in the amount of $5,000 to an eligible faculty member. Nominations are due to [email protected] by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019.

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This award was established in 2006 to honor the efforts of graduate faculty who excel as mentors of graduate students and was named for its first recipient, Donald L. Crawford. This award is part of the College of Graduate Studies’ continuing efforts to support excellent mentoring of graduate students at the University of Idaho. Applications are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 5 p.m. PST.

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This award is part of the College of Graduate Studies’ continuing efforts to support and recognize outstanding teaching by graduate students at the University of Idaho. Many forms of teaching exist throughout the graduate school experience, including teaching classes and labs, mentoring and advising students, and assisting professors in teaching and developing course materials for on-campus and off-campus students. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to nominate outstanding graduate students for these awards. Applications are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 5 p.m. PST.

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These two awards are part of the College of Graduate Studies’ continuing efforts to recognize and encourage excellence in research and creative activity by graduate students at the University of Idaho. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to nominate outstanding graduate students for these awards. Applications are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 5 p.m. PST.

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The post-doctoral mentoring award is to recognize faculty who have demonstrated exceptional support and guidance for University of Idaho post-doctoral scholars/fellows. The award is presented by the College of Graduate Studies and the Office of Research and Economic Development. Applications are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 5 p.m. PST.

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The Outstanding post-doctoral scholar/fellow award is part of the continuing effort by the College of Graduate Studies and Office of Research and Economic Development to recognize and encourage excellence in research and other creative activities by post-doctoral fellows at the University of Idaho. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to nominate an outstanding post-doctoral scholar/fellow for this award. Applications are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 5 p.m. PST.

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The Excellence in Outreach and Engagement award is to be given to a University of Idaho faculty member who demonstrates excellence in outreach and engagement that is anchored in scholarship and conducted in collaboration with individuals, communities, organizations or businesses in a context of partnership and reciprocity. The award consists of an honorarium of $5,000 and an appropriate plaque. Nominations are due by Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 to Barbara Petty ([email protected]) and copy Debbie Rigby ([email protected]).

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Contact Us

Physical Address:
Administration Building
Room 105
Moscow, ID
11111-3152

Phone: 111-111-6448
Fax: 111-111-6558
[email protected]

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Dr.
MS 3152
Moscow, ID
11111-3152

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