Provost’s Innovative Teaching with Technology Award

The Innovative Teaching with Technology Award recognizes RIT faculty members who use technology to teach in effective and innovative ways that positively impact student learning.


  1. All full-time RIT faculty with at least one year of experience are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to those entries using existing technology that could be made available to all faculty. Nominees may be invited to demonstrate their application of this technology and share their experiences with the RIT community.
  2. Candidates may be self-nominated or nominated by any member of the RIT community, including students, alumni, or colleagues.


Nominations for this award will be evaluated based on the definition and rubric of innovative teaching and learning.

Nomination Process

If you would like to nominate a faculty member, please complete and submit a nomination form when the application process opens.

Awards Ceremony

Award recipients will be honored at the Provost’s Celebration of Teaching and Scholarship awards.  

More information about ceremony

Award Recipients

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


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