Provost’s Innovative Teaching with Technology Award
The Innovative Teaching with Technology Award recognizes full-time RIT faculty who use technology to teach in effective and innovative ways that improve the student educational experience.
- Nominees must be full-time faculty as defined in E6.0 - Policy on Faculty Rank with at least one year of teaching at RIT. (Adjuncts may be eligible for the Outstanding Teaching Award for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty).
- Faculty may self-nominate or be nominated by students, alumni, or colleagues.
- The nominee shall be a full-time faculty member for all of the year in which the award is given, and will not be on official leave for any of this period.
- The primary responsibility of the nominee, demonstrated by the teaching assignments of the nominee, shall be teaching RIT students. Primary responsibility is defined as at least three courses in the year of evaluation, as principal instructor in formal RIT courses (classroom, lab, studio, online).
- Faculty with administrative titles shall not be eligible for this award.
- The candidate shall not have been a recipient of the award in the preceding three years.
Nominations for this award will be evaluated against the university’s definition and rubric of innovative teaching and learning.
The Office of the Provost is pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for the 2033- 2023 Innovative Teaching with Technology Award.
Nominations will be accepted from students, faculty, and staff, and nominees may self-nominate. If you would like to nominate a faculty member, please complete and submit a nomination form no later than Friday, December 2, 2022.
If a nomination meets the eligibility requirements, the nominee will be asked to make themselves available for an interview with the review committee and Center for Teaching and Learning staff.
Nominations must be submitted by 11:59 PM, Friday, December 2, 2022.
The review committee assesses nominees to determine if they meet eligibility requirements, then individually and collectively ranks each candidate on how strongly they meet the stated criteria. After careful deliberation, one recipient is selected from the pool. The review committee provides its recommendation to the Provost.
Sarilyn Ivancic, Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Lara Cardoso Goulart, College of Art and Design
Linda Gottermeier, National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Hinda Mandell, College of Liberal Arts
Kelly Norris Martin, College of Liberal Arts
Nathaniel S. Barlow, College of Science
Elizabeth Reeves O'Connor, College of Liberal Arts
Brian Tomaszewski, Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Mario W. Gomes, Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Robert Garrick, College of Engineering Technology
Robert Teese, College of Science
Victor Perotti, Saunders College of Business