The Quantrell Award is one of the nation’s oldest prizes for undergraduate teaching established in 1937 to honor scholar-teachers who inspire students to become more enlightened thinkers and effective citizens of their communities and of our nation. Based upon nominations from students, the Quantrell Award honors three to six long-term, full-time UChicago faculty members who are tenured, on the tenure-track, or serve as Senior Lecturers. The awards include a cash prize and are presented at the College Diploma Ceremony in June. Read more about the Quantrell Awards and previous winners.
The Glenn and Claire Swogger Award recognizes outstanding teachers who introduce our students to habits of scholarly thinking, inquiry and engagement through the College Core. The Swogger Award honors up to four teachers with College teaching appointments (excluding graduate student lecturers, who are eligible for the Wayne Booth Teaching Award and various divisional teaching prizes), who have made significant contributions to the College’s General Education programs in the previous academic year. The award is based upon nominations from students.
The Booth Prize honors graduate students who have taught in a formal capacity in the College for at least two quarters. Up to four awards are given at the annual Honors Awards Reception. Read more about the Booth Prizes and previous winners.
Write a letter describing how the nominee has contributed to your academic success, which includes the name of the nominee, the award for which you are nominating them, and the course(s) that inspired you. In writing your nomination, please make note of the eligibility criteria for each award. Nominations can be submitted via email to: email@example.com.
Update: To accommodate the delayed start to spring quarter and the transition to remote learning, the deadline for submitting nominations is now Friday, April 10.