(April 7, 2014) -- UTSA faculty and staff members are invited to the 2014 University Excellence Awards Ceremony at 2 p.m., Tuesday, April 8 in the H-E-B University Center Ballroom (1.104) on the Main Campus. Additionally, the ceremony will be simulcast to the Sam Riklin Auditorium (1.406) in the Frio Street Building at the Downtown Campus.
Awards will go to 15 faculty members, 13 staff members and five students. The awards listed below will be presented and 2013 service milestones and retirees will be recognized.
The ceremony will include presentation of the University Excellence Awards, President's Distinguished Achievement Awards, President's Distinguished Diversity Awards, Quantitative Literacy Program Faculty Excellence Award and Richard S. Howe Excellence Awards.
The program will be opened by Sam Gonzales, vice president for student affairs, followed by retiree and service recognition by Kerry Kennedy, vice president for business affairs.
John Frederick, provost and vice president for academic affairs, will present the President's Distinguished Achievement and Quantitative Literacy Program awards to faculty, and President Ricardo Romo will present the staff University Excellence Awards, the President's Distinguished Diversity Awards, the Richard S. Howe Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Awards and the Richard S. Howe Excellence in Service to Undergraduate Students Award.
UTSA University Excellence Awards 2014
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching Excellence
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Core Curriculum Teaching
Quantitative Literacy Program Faculty Excellence Award
The Rising Star Award
The Team Spirit Award
Business Affairs Inventory team
President’s Distinguished Diversity Award
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in University Service
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Excellence in Community Service
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Research Achievement
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Performance, Creative Production, or Other Scholarly Achievement
President’s Distinguished Achievement Award for Advancing Globalization
The Extra Mile Award
The Leadership Award
Order of the Roadrunner Award
The Richard S. Howe Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award
The Richard S. Howe Excellence in Service to Undergraduate Students Award
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