The Alexander Prize is named for former UT president and Tennessee senator Lamar Alexander and his wife, Honey. The award honors a faculty member who is “an exceptional undergraduate teacher whose scholarship is also distinguished.”
The recipient of the Alexander Prize also receives a monetary award in the amount of $20,000. Awards will be conferred at the Academic Honors Banquet on Wednesday, May 1, 2024.
The steps of the nomination process are outlined below:
- Nominator submits a completed nomination packet via the online form. A completed nomination packet includes:
- A letter of nomination, not to exceed two pages. A nominator may only nominate one person. The letter of nomination must clearly state how the nominee meets the criteria for the award, i.e., a demonstrated record of service and longstanding commitment to the University community.
- A curated copy of the faculty nominee’s curriculum vitae, not to exceed five pages.
- Additional letters of support are not needed for this award.
- All materials should be submitted as a single PDF.