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10.6.2 University Distinguished Faculty Award

Approved by Academic Council and Provost on February 8, 2001.

This award was established by the President on the recommendation of the Academic Council in 1974. The award is given for outstanding accomplishment by a tenured faculty member in any or all of the following areas: teaching, research, creative endeavors and service to the University. The nomination form states the specific criteria for each of these categories. One award is made each year at University Convocation. The award includes an unrestricted monetary award. The University Awards Committee selects the recipient of the award.