Thursday, April 5, 2012

Information Technology Awards deadline May 7

Unfortunately there were some communication problems (my fault) and many people were not notified about this year's Information Technology Awards.

THE DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012.

The Office of the Vice Provost and Associate Vice President (Information Technology) sponsors five awards to recognize the outstanding efforts of the university's talented information technology faculty, staff and students:

The Information Technology Distinguished Career Award recognizes one non-academic or academic person for their outstanding contributions to advancing the University's IT agenda. One award is given annually.

The Information Technology Leadership Award recognizes one non-academic or academic person for demonstrating outstanding technology leadership to their unit and/or their contributions to the campus community. One award is given annually.

The Information Technology Innovation Award recognizes one non-academic person, one academic person, or one team for their innovative use of hardware and/or software technology in support of research, teaching, administration and/or the campus experience. One award is given annually.

The Information Technology Project Award recognizes a team effort (composed of students, non-academics, and/or academics) to successfully deploy a major IT project with significant impact to the IT environment offered by a unit or to the campus. One award is given annually.

The Information Technology Unsung Hero Award recognizes a non-academic staff member who has made a significant and largely unrecognized contribution to the quality of the IT environment offered by a unit and/or to the campus. Two awards are given annually.

The University of Alberta has many excellent IT staff across the University, and we encourage you to consider making a nomination. More information can be found online.

Questions can be sent to vpit@ualberta.ca.

Thank you,
Jonathan Schaeffer
Vice-Provost and AVP, Information Technology

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