The University of Alberta is committed to providing an excellent information technology (IT) environment that facilitates the University's research, teaching, and administration agendas, to the benefit of faculty, staff and students. In recognition of the critical role that IT professionals play in making this a reality, the Office of the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Information Services & Technology) has created the Information Technology Ambassador Award. This award is intended to annually recognize one academic or non-academic person for demonstrating outstanding technology leadership to their unit and their contributions to the campus community.
A nominee must be or have been actively involved in information technology at the University of Alberta. The nominee must have been an employee of the University of Alberta as of December 31 of the previous calendar year.
An award nomination must come from the Chair, Dean, or Director of the nominee's unit.
One award will be presented annually. Award recipients will be announced in mid-June, and a formal presentation will be made in mid-July.
A successful nominee will have demonstrated outstanding leadership to their department, faculty, or unit and made contributions to the campus. Some factors that might be relevant in a letter of support include:
The nominator provides a letter with two parts:
The nomination must be submitted as an email message containing the nomination letter as a PDF file.
Nominations will be accepted until 4:00 pm on May 26, 2016. A selection committee chaired by the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President (Information Services & Technology) will decide on the awardee.
If you have questions or a nomination to submit, please contact Emily Challons, (780) 492-4767, or email .
Previous Award Winners