Established in 2006, the Rossmann Manatt Faculty Development Award is designed to recognize a tenured faculty member who has demonstrated exceptional level of creativity and productivity in scholarship, teaching, and service and who shows great promise continuing such achievement.
The award is bestowed once annually and alternates between two colleges:
- Awarded to a College of Human Sciences faculty member in even-numbered years
- Awarded to a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences faculty member in odd-numbered years
Award: This one-time award ($5,000-10,000 determined by the maximum income available as generated from the endowment) is intended to facilitate faculty development activities.
Refer to the Guidelines and Cover Sheet below for complete details.
Timeline: Applications are due at noon on the third Tuesday in November of odd-numbered years. The winner is named by February 1 and receives the award on July 1. The winner delivers a lecture during the spring semester of the year following their award.
The Rossmann Manatt Faculty Development Award is supported by an endowed gift from Jack and Marilyn Rossmann and Charles and Kathleen Manatt.