Distinguished Teaching Award
The Michigan Tech Distinguished Teaching Award is presented annually, since 1982, in two categories: Associate Professor, or Professor and Lecturer, Professor of Practice, or Assistant Professor.
2021: Briana Bettin, Computer Science and Cognitive and Learning Services (Assistant Professor/Lecturer/Professor
of Practice) Read a blog post.
2013: Nilufer Onder, Computer Science (Associate Professor or Professor)
Academy of Teaching Excellence
The Michigan Tech Academy of Teaching Excellence was established in 1998 to recognize those who have demonstrated continued dedication to and support of the University's teaching mission. Academy membership is comprised of finalists for the annual Distinguished Teaching Awards and the Fredrick D. Williams Instructional Innovation Award.
Deans' Teaching Showcase
Each week of the spring semester, college deans identify outstanding instructors within their units for recognition in the Deans' Teaching Showcase. The thirteen nominees are announced one per week through the spring term. All thirteen are invited to an end-of-term luncheon at which they'll receive formal recognition and a small token of appreciation from the Center for Teaching and Learning. Beginning in 2017, Deans' Teaching Showcase winners are considered for additional university-wide awards in targeted areas.