Teaching Awards at Penn

Here are links to teaching awards granted by all 12 of Penn's schools and by the Provost's office.

 

University Wide Teaching Awards
Awarded to up to eight members of the Standing Faculty each year: up to four in the non-health schools (Annenberg, Design, Engineering and Applied Science, GSE, Law, SAS, Social Policy & Practice, Wharton) and up to four in the health schools (Dental Medicine, Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine).
Provost's awards recognizes distinguished teaching and mentoring of PhD students members of the Associated Faculty or academic support staff who teach at Penn in both the non-health schools and the health schools.
The Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students recognizes the profound impact of graduate students on education at Penn. Nominations come directly from undergraduate and graduate students. Ten prizes are awarded annually.

To nominate standing and non-standing faculty for these awards, find more information at the Provost's website. The health schools and the non-health schools have separate procedures and deadlines for nomination and selection.

Teaching Awards by School
The School of Arts and Sciences offers a wide range of awards for standing faculty, for non-standing faculty and for graduate students.
Winners of the Perelman School of Medicine Teaching awards.
Winners of the Engineering school teaching awards.
Winners of the Graduate School of Education teaching awards.
Winners of the School of Social Policy and Practice teaching awards.
Winners of the Wharton teaching awards.
Winners of the School of Nursing teaching awards.
Winners of the Veterinary School teaching awards.
Winners of the Dental School teaching awards.
Winners of Design School teaching awards.
Winner's of Penn Law School Teaching Awards