The Williams Outstanding Technology Service Award was established in 2001 by David B. and Kay O. Williams to recognize an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to the University in the area of technology and service. The purpose of the Williams Outstanding Technology Service Award is to provide significant recognition and a monetary award to a staff person who has made extraordinary contributions to the University in the area of technology support that has a direct impact on scholarly activities of students and/or faculty.
The award recipient will be announced annually during the spring semester Founders Day Celebration, will receive an individual recognition plaque, will have his/her name plate added to the permanent plaque in the Bone Student Center, and will receive a $500 cash award to support travel for professional development. This award will help recognize Dr. Williams' commitment to building a "technology-friendly campus" in support of learning, teaching, research, and creative activities at Illinois State University.
The Provost or Provost's designee at Illinois State University will be the Fund Administrator for The Williams Outstanding Technology Service Award. The Fund Administrator, on recommendation from the Office of Academic Technologies ad hoc Awards Committee, will be responsible for identification of eligible candidates, selection of the award recipient and distribution of awards.
Completed nomination forms should be submitted no later than November 13, 2015 at noon to:
Mailed to: Campus Box 4000
Or delivered to: Hovey 401
Or emailed to: mswalbert@IllinoisState.edu