Feb. 12, 2019
When he heard he was a Grammy nominee, Bill Ferris said, “It’s to my world like a Nobel award because the Grammys are all about music and recordings, which is what my life has been...Read More
Jan. 18, 2019
A former law school dean who served as mayor of Chapel Hill and a history professor who directs UNC’s honors program were recognized Friday with the GAA’s Faculty Service Award. The GAA Board of Directors...Read More
Each year, UNC celebrates the central role of teaching and mentoring by recognizing faculty, staff and students. The University Committee on Teaching Awards offers a number of awards based on nominations by members of the University community.
Alumni, students, faculty and staff members are encouraged to submit nominations for several campuswide awards that will honor professors and graduate teaching assistants in a variety of categories.
The committee, co-chaired by Teaching Professor Meredith Petschauer ’96 (MA) in exercise and sport science and Assistant Professor Lisa Woodley in nursing, will accept nominations through Sept. 16 at provost.unc.edu/posts/2019/05/08/university-teaching-awards.
The committee will review the nominees and make recommendations to the chancellor. This year, the committee will recommend recipients for six types of awards:
No individual may receive more than one award each year.
Details about the awards and nominating forms are available at provost.unc.edu/posts/2019/05/08/university-teaching-awards. Questions can be directed to the committee co-chairs (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com) or to Debbie Deese in the provost’s office (firstname.lastname@example.org).