UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is accepting nominations for Penn State faculty members whose work is driving digital innovation and transforming education.
The 2020 Teaching and Learning with Technology Impact Award call for nominations is open now through Friday, Oct. 18. The Impact Award is given annually in recognition of excellence in teaching and learning at Penn State and celebrates cross-disciplinary projects, courses, and collaborations that have positively enhanced teaching, learning, and the use of learning spaces across Penn State and beyond.
Penn State tenure-line faculty or non-tenure-line teaching faculty are eligible for nomination. University faculty, staff and students are able to submit nominations, and self-nominations also are welcome.
The TLT Impact Award includes a commemorative medal, $3,000 cash award, an invitation to serve as a TLT ambassador, and additional support to extend the impact of the recipient’s work.
Last year, Laura Guertin, professor of earth science at Penn State Brandywine, and Timothy W. Simpson, Paul Morrow Professor of Engineering Design and Manufacturing in the College of Engineering, received the TLT Impact Award.
Visit the Impact Award’s website to learn more.
Last Updated September 11, 2019