Excellence in Teaching Award
The Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Nebraska Omaha was established in 1969 to recognize superior efforts, dedication and exemplary conduct in the performance of the university's first task - the education of its students.
Dedicated and effective teachers are a university's most important asset. At UNO, we have among us those whose performance merits special attention. It is to these that the university community presents the Excellence in Teaching Award. Click here for previous award recipients.
Nominate a Faculty Member
Click here to download the Excellence in Teaching Award Nomination form. Please note that nominated faculty must have been employed by UNO for a minimum of three years. The committee will not accept any self-nominations for this award. Click here for the criteria for this award.
Excellence in Teaching Award Committee
|Melanie Bloom||College of Arts and Sciences|
|Phani Tej Adidam||College of Business Administration|
|Shelby VanNordstrand||College of Communication, Fine Arts & Media|
|David Carter||College of Education|
|William Mahoney||College of Information Science & Technology|
|Imafedia Okhamafe||College of Public Affairs & Community Service|
|Anne Karabon||New Faculty Holding Ph.D.|
- December 8, 2017: Nomination Deadline. The Chancellor's Office will send a letter to the nominated faculty.
- January 19, 2018: Nominee documentation due
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