$13,500 at stake: Send us your Olympus Innovation Awards nominations
The Olympus Innnovation Awards recognize faculty excellence and innovation in higher education. Previous winners include Dr. Michael Camp from The Ohio State University, Dr. Tina Seelig from Stanford University, Dr. Deborah Streeter from Cornell University, Dr. John Ochs from Lehigh University, and Dr. Steven Nichols from the University of Texas at Austin.
Nominate a faculty member now, for these awards:
- The Olympus Innovation Award ($10,000) recognizes the work of an outstanding faculty member in invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship education
- The Olympus Lifetime of Educational Innovation Award ($2,500) recognizes the sustained contributions of an outstanding faculty member who has devoted his or her career to innovative education
- The Olympus Emerging Educational Leader Award ($1,000) recognizes the work of a faculty member who, early in his or her career, shows outstanding leadership promise in the field of invention, innovation, and entrepreneurship education
Nominations close November 20.
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