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Marvin A. Pomerantz Award
Purpose: The Pomerantz Award is an opportunity to recognize a tenured faculty member deemed outstanding in teaching, research, and/or outreach.
Eligibility: Professors who exemplify outstanding service in teaching, research and/or outreach. Eligibility is rotated among the academic colleges. The FY19 college is to be determined.
Nature of the award: One-time award of approximately $3,500 to be used to support scholarly activities. Award is conferred July 1 and funds must be expended by the end of the fiscal year on June 30.
Number of awards: One
Guidelines for Submitting Nominations for the Marvin A. Pomerantz Award
The Provost administers the award and the funding that is provided to the faculty member and rotates the award among the colleges. Each college will establish its own internal vetting process but should include a letter of nomination summarizing how the candidate meets the award eligibility, a current Position Responsibility Statement, and an updated curriculum vitae.
Nominations are due to the Provost's Office by June 1.
|FY18||Rachel Allbaugh||Veterinary Medicine|
|FY17||Eulanda Sanders||Human Sciences|
|FY16||Donald Beitz||Agriculture and Life Sciences|
|FY14||Howard Van Auken||Business|