U-M Faculty Senate Awards – We are accepting nominations.
The deadline for nominations is May 1, 2019
Five prizes are available—honoring faculty and librarians The chosen individuals will receive a monetary prize of $1,000 or $1,500 and will be invited to attend the annual University of Michigan awards dinner. More here.
- Distinguished Faculty Governance Award
- The Distinguished Faculty Governance Award was established by SACUA in 1986 and is funded by the Alumni Association. The criterion for the award is distinguished service to faculty governance over several years with an emphasis on university-wide service.
- Regent’s Award for Distinguished Public Service
- The Regents’ Award for Distinguished Public Service is to recognize public service activities that relate closely to teaching and research and reflect professional and academic expertise. The service activities may occur outside the University in local, state, national or international arenas.
- Jackie Lawson Memorial Faculty Governance Award
- The Jackie Lawson Memorial Faculty Governance Award reflects distinction in faculty governance service to the entire University that reaches beyond the local campus confines of Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint. The recipient must have excelled in building a positive relationship between the Ann Arbor campus and one or both regional campuses, as exemplified by Jackie Lawson’s career.
- University Librarian Achievement Award
- Exceptional distinction reflected in active and innovative career achievements in library, archival or curatorial services. This may include developing specialized services for faculty and students, improving access to information, efficiently managing the library and archival resources (staff, space, funding, collections) or other activities reflecting a commitment to these professions.
- University Librarian Recognition Award
- Active and innovative early career achievement in library, archival or curatorial services. This may include developing specialized services for faculty and students, improving access to information, or efficiently managing the library and archival resources (staff, space, funding, collections).