W. George Pinnell Award

This award, also known as the W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service, honors faculty members who are considered to be shining examples of dedication and excellence in service to others. Recipients are selected from more than 4,000 faculty members on all eight campuses based on nominations. The awards are presented at the Celebration of Distinguished Teaching and Service each spring, and they are accompanied by a cash award and a certificate. Successful nominees will be expected to prepare a dossier

W. George Pinnell, former executive vice president of Indiana University and former president of the Indiana University Foundation, was known for his stewardship as dean of the Kelley School of Business, for leadership in university administration, for initiatives in the Campaign for Indiana, and for service to state and national government. The Pinnell award, established in 1988, recognizes faculty members and librarians who have shown exceptional breadth of involvement and depth of commitment in service to the university, to their profession, or to the public.

This award established in 1988, recognizes faculty members and librarians who have shown exceptional breadth of involvement in service to the university, to their profession, or to the public.

This list contains all recipients of the Pinnell Award.

  • QUANTITY: 77 records found
  • FOOTNOTES: *Deceased
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