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UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES


The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

Distinguished Faculty and Staff Awards

Frederick A.P. Barnard Distinguished Professorships

Frederick A.P. Barnard Distinguished Professors are recognized for their excellence and innovation in teaching and research.

College of Liberal Arts - Instructor of the Year

The award was created in 2011. They are recognized during the commencement ceremony, have their names added to a plaque, and receive $1,000. Eligibility is limited to instructors, lecturers, senior lecturers, and instructional assistant professors.

College of Liberal Arts - Outstanding Teacher of the Year

In 1985, the College of Liberal Arts began this award to recognize faculty members who demonstrate excellence of class instruction, intellectual stimulation of students, and concern for students welfare.

School of Applied Sciences - Thomas A. Crowe Award

Award for Excellence in Promoting Inclusiveness in Graduate Education

Distinguished Research and Creative Achievement Award

Excellence in Advising Award - Office of the Provost

To recognize outstanding academic advising by a faculty member and to demonstrate the University of Mississippi's commitment to excellent advising.

Staff Council Award - Overall

Staff Council Award - EEO1

Staff Council Award - EEO2

Staff Council Award - EEO3

Staff Council Award - EEO4

Staff Council Award - EEO5

Staff Council Award - EEO6

Staff Council Award - EEO7

School of Engineering, Junior Faculty Research Award

School of Engineering, Senior Faculty Research Award

Faculty Achievement Award

The Faculty Achievement Award is given annually to recognize unusual effort in the classroom, involvement with students, and active scholarship.

Frist Service Award

Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Mentoring

Criteria: impact on graduate students, excellence in supervision of student research or professional practice, excellence in graduate classroom instruction, and other contributions to improved instruction, including influence on the graduate curriculum.

College of Liberal Arts - Cora Lee Graham Outstanding Teaching of Freshmen

In 1984, Cora Lee Graham of Union City, Tennessee, established an endowment and directed that the proceeds from her gift be used to help retain your better professors who teach the freshman classes in the College of Liberal Arts.

Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teacher Award

The Elsie M. Hood Outstanding Teacher of the Year for the University is selected from nominations submitted by students, alumni and faculty.

Distinguished Faculty Fellows (Liberal Arts)

In 2002, the College of Liberal Arts began the Distinguished Faculty Fellowship Program to reward and support senior faculty members who have distinguished records of research, teaching, and service.

School of Accountancy Outstanding Teacher of the Year

School of Accountancy Researcher of the Year

School of Business Administration, Outstanding Campus MBA Professor of the Year

School of Business Administration, Outstanding Junior Researcher

School of Business Administration, Outstanding Publication

School of Business Administration, Outstanding Senior Researcher

School of Business Administration, Outstanding PMBA Professor of the Year

School of Business Administration Outstanding Teacher of the Year

School of Education Outstanding Service Award

The Exemplary Service Award is presented to a faculty or staff member for exceptional service to the profession, the local or University community, region, state, or national and international scholarly communities during the academic year.

SEC Faculty Achievement Awards Program UM Nominee

The SEC Faculty Achievement Awards program recognizes extraordinary faculty accomplishments at SEC universities. This award honors those with outstanding records in both teaching and scholarship who serve as role models for junior faculty and students.

School of Education Outstanding Teacher of the Year

School of Education Researcher of the Year

School of Engineering, Faculty Service Award

School of Engineering, Faculty Teaching Award

School of Engineering Outstanding Teacher of the Year

School of Law Outstanding Teacher of the Year

School of Law Ben Hardy Faculty Service Award

The Ben A. Hardy Faculty Excellence Award recognizes outstanding teaching, scholarship and service by a faculty member of the School of Law. The recipient is selected annually by the Dean and the President of the Law School Student Body.

SOP Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Preceptor of the Year Award

Preceptors who demonstrate high standards of professionalism receive this award. Preceptors are chosen by the members of the Doctor of Pharmacy graduating class.

School of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Class Teacher of the Year

Presented to those with full-time Pharmacy Practice Department appointments or are facilitators who are directly involved with instruction in the PY3 problem based learning program.

School of Pharmacy Distinguished Teaching Scholar

The Distinguished Teaching Scholars Program recognizes excellence in teaching and dedication to student achievement. Recipients of the awards serve a three-year term and receive an annual stipend.

School of Pharmacy, Faculty Instructional Innovations Award

School of Pharmacy Faculty Research Award

School of Pharmacy, Thelma Cerniglia Distinguished Teaching Scholar

The Distinguished Teaching Scholars Program at the School of Pharmacy honors and awards faculty who have made outstanding contributions in teaching and demonstrated extraordinary dedication to student welfare and achievement.

School of Pharmacy, Clinical Sciences Teaching Award

School of Pharmacy, Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Inc. Faculty Research Award

School of Pharmacy, Dean's Advisory Committee Distinguished Teaching Scholar

The Distinguished Teaching Scholars Program at the School of Pharmacy honors and awards faculty who have made outstanding contributions in teaching and demonstrated extraordinary dedication to student welfare and achievement.

School of Pharmacy Faculty Service Award

School of Pharmacy, Galen Order Distinguished Teaching Scholar

The Distinguished Teaching Scholars Program at the School of Pharmacy honors and awards faculty who have made outstanding contributions in teaching and demonstrated extraordinary dedication to student welfare and achievement.

School of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences Teacher of the Year

School of Pharmacy New Investigator Research Award

Presented to a new investigator who is within six years of her/his first academic appointment, and who has achieved exemplary levels of research and scholarly productivity during the preceding three academic years at the University of Mississippi.

Pharmaceutical Sciences PY1 Teacher of the Year

The Pharmaceutical Sciences PY1 Teacher of the Year award is voted on by the PY1 class. Eligible faculty are those with full-time appointments in the School of Pharmacy who are involved with the instruction of students in the B.S.P.S. degree program.

Pharmaceutical Sciences PY2 Teacher of the Year

The Pharmaceutical Sciences PY2 Teacher of the Year award is voted on by the PY2 class. Eligible faculty are those with full-time appointments in the School of Pharmacy who are involved with the instruction of students in the B.S.P.S. degree program.

University of Mississippi Humanities Teacher of the Year

The College of Liberal Arts and the Mississippi Humanities Council co-sponsor this award to highlight an outstanding humanities faculty member each fall during Arts and Humanities Month in October.

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