The Commission for Women is seeking nominations for our 2020 Chancellor’s Honors awards: the Angie Warren Perkins award and the Notable UT Woman award. Please see the attached documents or visit the links listed below for descriptions of each award and details to nominate deserving women!
2020 Notable UT Woman Award
The Commission for Women recognized its first Notable UT Woman in 1995 after a suggestion from then University Historian Dr. Milton Klein that recommended that outstanding women connected with the University be honored on an annual basis.
In the past the award has recognized women from four rotating categories: administrator, alumnae, faculty, and staff. This year the Commission recognizes a UT administrator member.
- A woman who is outstanding in her field of study.
- A woman who is a pioneer or groundbreaker—the first to achieve something noteworthy.
- A woman who has conducted or supported gender-related research or research with beneficial effects for women.
- A woman who has rendered program support and development beneficial to the University community.
- A woman who has improved the lives of women in the community or made a significant positive impact on women’s lives.
- A woman who has contributed to gender-related research or facilitated the implementation of research for women.
Information about the award and a list of recent award winners are available on the Chancellor’s Honors website.
Completed nomination letters and a current CV/resume of the candidate should be submitted by email to Rachel Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org). Nomination letters should include the name of the nominator, department, e-mail address, and phone number. All nominations must be received by January 15, 2020.
2020 Angie Warren Perkins Award
The Commission for Women requests nominations for the Angie Warren Perkins Award, to be presented at the Spring 2020 Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. The award, named for the first Dean of Women at the University, will honor a woman for her excellence in teaching and scholarship that shall be at entry-level status within their department, typically within the first five (5) years of their teaching career. All nominees shall be regular full or part-time employees with a minimum of one-year continuous service at UT. Anyone who has received the award in the preceding five years is ineligible for consideration. Information about the award and a list of recent award winners are available on the Chancellor’s Honors website.
This year, the Angie Warren Perkins award will be awarded to a faculty and the Notable UT Woman award will be awarded to an Administrator member.
Completed nomination letters and a current CV or resume of the candidate should be submitted by email to Rachel Chen (email@example.com) by January 15, 2020.