UNCG Research

Research Excellence Nominations

Nominations due Dec. 5


Posted on Friday, October 28th, 2016 by Savannah Hutko.
Professor of chemistry Nicholas Oberlies, UNCG's 2014-2015 Junior Research Excellence Award winnerProfessor of chemistry Nicholas Oberlies, UNCG's 2014-2015 Junior Research Excellence Award winner

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To recognize outstanding achievement in scholarly activities, the university bestows up to two Research Excellence Awards each year. The Junior Research Excellence Award is for a scholar at the rank of assistant or associate professor and a cash honorarium of $4,500 accompanies the award. The award is based primarily on work done at UNCG during the past five years. The Senior Research Excellence Award is for a scholar at the rank of professor and a cash honorarium of $7,500 accompanies the award.

The award will be made on the basis of the nominee’s research career, with particular emphasis placed on work done in the last five years.

To nominate a faculty member for the 2016-2017 Research Excellence Award, go to http://research.uncg.edu/research-excellence-awards for a copy of the nomination packet which includes the nomination guidelines, selection criteria and the nomination cover sheet. All materials are to be submitted electronically. The nomination packet, including the signed nomination cover sheet, should be scanned as a pdf file and emailed to rsh_ptnr@uncg.edu by December 5, 2016.

For more information, contact Debbie Freund in the Office of Research and Economic at freundd@uncg.edu or 336-256-0426.

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