Indiana University Awards


Indiana University Honors and Awards 2011-2012

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Indiana University Honorary Degree

Excellence in profession or occupation, public service, or dedication to Indiana University; high personal integrity; significant ties to Indiana University or State of Indiana; not eligible: candidates for political office or elected officials currently in office, faculty, staff, or administrators currently in service

Rolling (9 months prior to ceremony for best considerations)

Honorary Doctorate

Indiana University Distinguished Professor (multiple awards)

A Distinguished Professorship is the most prestigious academic appointment at Indiana University, and may be held simultaneously with an endowed or named chair award honors outstanding scholarship, artistic or literary distinction, or other supplement achievements that have won significant recognition by peers

October 14, 2011

$10,000 base salary

$5,000 research supplement

W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service (multiple awards)

This award is intended to recognize outstanding service by faculty members or librarians in the same way that other annual awards recognize distinguished teaching. Individuals on retirement / emeritus status out are not eligible. Each campus may submit up to five candidates for consideration.

October 14, 2011

$2,000 cash award

John W. Ryan Award for Contributions to International Programs (multiple awards)  The Ryan Award recognizes exceptional contributions in teaching, research, or professional service to international programs at Indiana University, over a period of many years, which have a sustainable impact on the students and faculty of Indiana University.

November 18, 2011

$2,000 cash award

Sylvia E. Bowman Award for Teaching Excellence

This award is given in recognition of distinguished teaching and candidates must demonstrate excellence in teaching. Sylvia Bowman taught for 34 years at IU and this

award was established in 1994 to honor faculty members in disciplinary areas related

to American civilization. Faculty at any tenure rank are eligible for the Bowman award

October 14, 2011

$2,500 base salary increase

Frederic Bachman Lieber Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence

This award is given in recognition of distinguished teaching and candidates must

demonstrate excellence in teaching. The Frederic Bachman Lieber Award was

established in 1954. Faculty at any tenure rank are eligible for the Lieber award

October 14, 2011

$2,500 base salary increase