The College of Public Health Research Award recognizes faculty members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of the field and to a larger body of scholarly inquiry through their research. One award is given each year. The awardee can range from a junior to senior faculty member, and the nomination can be for a specific piece of innovative work or for contributions made over a longer time period.
- Who is eligible: Any faculty member who has not received this award within the last five years is eligible.
- Who may make a nomination: students, staff, faculty, or outside collaborators can make a nomination. Self-nominations are not permitted.
- Awards Committee members may not nominate.
- All materials should be emailed to Justin Goodchild.
- Awards Committee selects the recipient.
- Complete requested information on the nomination form with 150-200 word statement from the primary nominator, describing the nominee’s qualifications, including:
- Overview of nominee’s research, illustrating how the research has been exemplary in advancing public health and has provided opportunities for current or future collaborations.
- A statement that conveys the nominee’s academic reputation, citing honors, awards, recognitions, and/or publications.
- A summary of the nominee’s commitment to The University of Iowa College of Public Health.
- Nominee’s CV will be pulled from the APR and be made available to the Awards Committee.