Byron T. Shutz Award

Award Name: 
Byron T. Shutz Award
Award Description: 
The Byron T. Shutz Award for Excellence in Teaching was established by the late Byron T. Shutz in 1978. The recipient of the Shutz Award receives a one-time stipend of $4,000 and delivers a public lecture later in the academic year. The lecture is followed by a reception in the recipient’s honor. Faculty members are nominated for this annual award by deans, department chairs, or faculty colleagues.​
Award Unit: 
Provost Office
Award Eligibility: 
University-wide
Award Owner: 
Provost
Award Rank: 
Tenured
Award Call: 
Spring
Award Application Deadline: 
Summer
Award Summary: 
Teaching award with public lecture and reception.
Award Application Process: 
Yes

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