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NTID Advisory Group (NAG) Outstanding Service Award

This award annually recognizes RIT faculty and staff members for their contributions to NTID. It is the highest honorific given by the college of NTID.

Guidelines, Nomination and Selection of Award Recipient

Nominations should include individuals who have made consistent and exceptional contributions to the goals of NTID and to the quality of life among students and colleagues. Ideally, these contributions have been made in a "quiet" way and have not yet been publicly recognized. Nominated individuals should have a minimum of seven years of employment at RIT.

Nominations are open to the NTID community; however, any RIT employee is eligible. A review committee screens the nominations and makes recommendations to the NTID President, who then selects the final award recipient.

Application Process and Deadline

Nominations should be sent to the NTID President's Office

Presentation of Award

The award is presented at either the fall or spring semi-annual meeting of the NAG. The awardee receives a certificate, and their name is placed on the Zollo sculpture maquette that is permanently displayed just outside of the Dyer Arts Center on the first floor of Lyndon B. Johnson Hall.

Questions

For more information or to answer questions about the award, eligibility, and the application process, please contact Lin Hoke, Assistant to the NTID President, at lhoke@ntid.rit.edu or at 585-475-6317 (V/TTY).

NTID Student Congress (NSC) Outstanding Interpreting Award

This award annually recognizes an individual who best exemplified the role of an interpreter and performed their duties with passion and enthusiasm. Awardees have exhibited outstanding service within the NTID and RIT community. These individuals show an interest in or concern for the welfare of others; who inspire and care; who make a difference in the community.

Guidelines, Nomination and Selection of Award Recipients

Each year in the fall quarter, the NTID Student Assembly (NSA) elects members to its annual Awards Committee, which includes students, faculty and staff. A committee chair is also elected. Community awareness of the awards process begins in winter quarter. Award nominations are accepted in the spring quarter from persons other than the nominee. The nominations are reviewed and a winner is selected by the NSC Awards Committee two weeks prior to the annual NTID Awards Banquet.

Application Process and Deadline

Beginning eight weeks prior to the date of the annual NTID Awards Banquet, nominations may be submitted up to four weeks prior to the banquet. Nominations are accepted either in hard copy or electronic format and should be a one-page explanation of why the candidate is being nominated.

Presentation of Award

The awardee is honored and presented with a plaque at the annual NTID Awards Banquet hosted by the NTID Student Congress (NSC).

Questions

For further information about the award, eligibility, and the application process, please contact:

Dan Millikin
Director, NTID Student Life Team
dpmnsl@rit.edu
CSD/SDC-1213

NTID Student Congress (NSC) Humanitarian Award

This award annually recognizes two faculty and staff members-one male and one female-who have exhibited outstanding service within the NTID and RIT community. These individuals show an interest in or concern for the welfare of others; who inspire and care; who make a difference in the community.

Guidelines, Nomination and Selection of Award Recipients

Each year in the fall quarter, the NTID Student Assembly (NSA) elects members to its annual Awards Committee, which includes students, faculty and staff. A committee chair is also elected. Community awareness of the awards process begins in winter quarter. Award nominations are accepted in the spring quarter from persons other than the nominee. The nominations are reviewed and winners are selected by the NSC Awards Committee two weeks prior to the annual NTID Awards Banquet.

Application Process and Deadline

Beginning eight weeks prior to the date of the annual NTID Awards Banquet, nominations may be submitted up to four weeks prior to the banquet. Nominations are accepted either in hard copy or electronic format and should be a one-page explanation of why the candidate is being nominated.

Presentation of Award

Each of the two awardees are honored and presented with a plaque at the annual NTID Awards Banquet hosted by the NTID Student Congress (NSC).

Questions

For further information about the award, eligibility, and the application process, please contact:

Dan Millikin
Director, NTID Student Life Team
dpmnsl@rit.edu
CSD/SDC-1213

Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching

For more information about the Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching, visit http://www.rit.edu/eisenhart

Paula Grcevic

Paula Grcevic
2005-2006
1991-1992

Patricia Durr

Patricia Durr
2003-2004

Sidney L. McQuay

Sidney L. McQuay
2000-2001

Sidney Barefoot

Sidney Barefoot
1999-2000

James Mallory

James Mallory
1998-1999

Mary Louise Basile

Mary Louise Basile
1997-1998

Donald Beil

Donald Beil
1996-1997

Lynette Finton

Lynette Finton
1995-1996

Joan Carr

Joan Carr
1994-1995

Marilyn Mitchell

Marilyn Mitchell
1993-1994

Lorna Mittelman

Lorna Mittelman
1992-1993

Robert Keiffer

Robert Keiffer
1989-1990

Paul Peterson

Paul Peterson
1988-1989

Maris Shustorovich

Maris Shustorovich
1986-1987

Peter Haggerty

Peter Haggerty
1985-1986

Roxanna B. Nielsen

Roxanna B. Nielsen
1984-1985

Donna Gustina Pocobello

Donna Gustina Pocobello
1983-1984

Harry G. Lang

Harry G. Lang
1982-1983

Jack Slutzky

Jack Slutzky
1981-1982

Beverly J. Price

Beverly J. Price
1980-1981

Julie J. Cammeron

Julie J. Cammeron
1978-1979

Edward L. Scouten

Edward L. Scouten
1977-1978

Loy Golladay

Loy Golladay
1975-1976

Robert F. Panara

Robert F. Panara
1974-1975

Isaac L. Jordan, Sr. Faculty and Staff Pluralism Awards

For more information about the Isaac L. Jordan, Sr. Faculty and Staff Pluralism Awards, click here.

Catherine Clark

Catherine Clark
2011-2012

 

Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching

For more information on the Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching, visit http://www.rit.edu/eisenhart

Peter Hauser

Peter Hauser
2004-2005

Todd Pagano

Todd Pagano
2004-2005

Reed Gershwind

Reed Gershwind
1991-1992

Trustees Scholarship Award

For more information on the Trustee Scholarship Awards, click here.

Marc Marschark

Marc Marschark
2009-2010

Michael Stinson

Michael Stinson
2008-2009

Harry Lang

Harry Lang
2005-2006