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Chancellor’s Award for Research on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Call for Nominations: Spring 2023
Submission Deadline: Summer 2023

The Chancellor’s Awards for Research on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion recognize excellence on the part of faculty in published research, scholarship, or creative expression that advances our understanding of equity, diversity, and inclusion. The awards will be given for works presented or published in the preceding three calendar years. This year’s awards will be given for works that have publication years of 2019, 2020, or 2021. All full-time faculty members are eligible for these research prizes. Work by research teams (two or more faculty) at Vanderbilt are also eligible for consideration. All Vanderbilt co-authors must be nominated in a single nomination, and they would share the award. (Co-authors who are not Vanderbilt faculty are not recognized.)

Previous recipients are not eligible to receive a second award. The list of past winners can be found below.

Complete nominations must be received by TBA.

Please submit all nominations electronically via InfoReady. You must log in to the system using your VUnetID and password.

Please direct any questions to Jermaine Soto, Director of Faculty Development in the Office of Faculty Development (jermaine.a.soto@vanderbilt.edu).

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Current Winners

  • Joanne Golann (Leadership, Policy & Organizations)
  • Jennifer Shinall (Law)
  • Rebecca VanDiver (History of Art & Architecture)

Previous Winners

2021

  • Emily Lordi (English)
  • Rena Robinson (Chemistry)

2020

  • Melinda Aldrich (Medicine) and Jeffrey Blume (Biostatistics)
  • Velma McBride Murry (Education and Human Development, Health Policy)

2019

  • Aimi Hamraie (Medicine, Health, and Society)
  • Nicole Joseph (Teaching and Learning)

2018

  • Jessica Kennedy (Owen)
  • Herbert Marbury (Divinity)

2017

  • Jason Grissom (Leadership, Policy, & Organizations)
  • Evelyn Patterson (Sociology)

2016

  • Gilbert Gonzales (Health Policy)
  • Ebony O. McGee (Teaching & Learning) and William H. Robinson (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science)

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