Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research and Creativity
Purpose: The purpose of this annual award is to honor a full-time, regular faculty member who has demonstrated superior achievement in a program of research and creativity.
Award Presented: The award will be presented at the Chancellor’s State of the University Address in Fall 2010.
Nominations may be submitted by any UMSL faculty member or group of faculty. Faculty members who have received a Presidential Award for Research and Creativity, a previous Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research and Creativity, or who hold a Curators' Professorship will not be eligible for this award. Previous recipients of these awards are listed below. View list of Curator's Professors (PDF).
Nominations packets should include a one- to two-page cover letter summarizing the nominee's research and/or creative accomplishments, a curriculum vita, and up to 15 reference letters. Your cover letter should also include a synopsis of the referees’ credentials.
Email your nomination packet (PDF or Word format preferred) to Brenda Stutte by 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 16, 2010
Previous Award Winners:
2009 - 2010 Hung-Gay Fung, Professor, Finance and Legal Studies
2008 - 2009 Michael Harris, Professor, Management
2007 - 2008 Joyce Mushaben, Professor, Political Science
2006 - 2007 Richard Rosenfeld, Professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice
2005 - 2006 Elizabeth A. Kellogg, Professor, Biology
2004 - 2005 Richard Wright Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice
2003 - 2004 John R. Gillingham, Professor, History
2002 - 2003 Joseph Carroll, Professor, English
2001 - 2002 Robert Calsyn, Professor, Psychology
2000 - 2001 Lon Wilkins, Professor, Biology
1999 - 2000 Richard Schwartz, Professor, Physics
1998 - 1999 Robert Gordon, Professor, Philosophy
1997 - 1998 Dennis Judd, Professor, Political Science
1996 - 1997 Roland Champagne, Professor, Foreign Languages
1995 - 1996 Patricia Resick, Professor, Psychology
1994 - 1995 Joyce Corey, Professor, Chemistry
1993 - 1994 Sharon Levin, Professor, Economics
1992 - 1993 Richard Mitchell, Professor, History
1991 - 1992 Peter Wolfe, Professor, English
1990 - 1991 Miles Patterson, Professor, Psychology
1989 - 1990 Scott Decker, Professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice
1988 - 1989 Frank Moss, Professor, Physics