Nominations are open for 2021 Teaching and Learning with Technology Impact Award

September 10, 2020

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is searching for Penn State faculty who work at the intersection of technology and pedagogy to improve teaching and learning. Those who do can be nominated for the 2021 TLT Impact Award. 

The call for nominations for the 2021 TLT Impact Award is open now through Friday, Oct. 16. Given annually, the TLT Impact Award recognizes 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 the University and beyond.

Penn State tenure-line faculty or non-tenure-line teaching faculty are eligible for nomination. University faculty, staff and students can submit nominations, and self-nominations also are welcome.

The TLT Impact Award includes a commemorative medal, a $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, Pierce Salguero, associate professor of Asian history and religious studies at Penn State Abington, received the TLT Impact Award.

More information can be viewed on the Impact Award's webpage.

Last Updated September 10, 2020