Joe and Bettie Branson Ward Endowed Excellence Award
About the Award
Granted once every three years by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, this award recognizes the belief that education involves positive change and is the aggregate of all processes by means of which a person, or groups of people, develop abilities, attitudes and other forms of behavior of positive value to the society in which they participate.
Next award to be given 2022
For research, teaching, or demonstration activities that contribute to changes of positive value to society
Number of Nominations
This award is made every three years (next award to be given 2022). All areas of intellectual activities are within the scope of the award and any administrative unit of The University of Texas at Austin may submit as many faculty nominations as it chooses. Nominees must be current faculty members at The University of Texas at Austin.
An individual may initiate a nomination, including a self-nomination, but that nomination must be endorsed and submitted by the head of an administrative unit. If more than one nomination is made by a unit, they shall be rank ordered. Normally, the award is presented to one person, but partners in a specific activity may share it.
Nomination Materials Required
A cash honorarium of $6,000* is awarded.
*Amount of honorarium varies depending on endowment income
List of previous recipients.View here
UTA 6.440, Mailcode D7600
Executive Vice President and Provost
The University of Texas at Austin
1616 Guadalupe St., D7600
Austin, Texas 78701