Tutt Award For Innovation In Teaching
The Tutt Award recognizes the accomplishments of an individual faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching-related innovation.
Nominations may be submitted between the first day of the fall term and the last day of the winter term of each academic year. All tenure track and tenured faculty who have not received the award in the last three years are eligible. Nominations may be submitted by tenure track and tenured faculty.
Nominees may be nominated by more than one person.
Nominators may nominate more than one nominee. Only individuals may be nominated.
Nominations should be submitted by e-mail to the CETL Selection Committee firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject line should be: Tutt Award Nomination.
Nominations should include the following:
- The name of the nominee
- The name of the person making the nomination
- A brief (approx. 100 to 1,000 words) statement explaining why the nominee deserves the award
The main criterion for selecting recipients is evidence of significant and useful innovation in teaching (this can include new classroom techniques and activities, pedagogical scholarship, developing new courses or programs, developing new facilities or resources for teaching, organizing conferences or other activities for teachers, etc.); evidence of the influence of this work in various academic, professional, or other communities may be considered.