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Office of Faculty Affairs and Development

Dr. BhardwajAnish Bhardwaj, MD, MBA, MS, CPE, FACMPE, FACHE, FAHA, FCCM, FAAN, FANA
Vice Provost
Chairman, Department of
Neurology
John Sealy Distinguished Chair of Neurology
Professor, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neurobiology

torres_web_smAlfredo Torres, PhD, MS
Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs
and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Academic Enterprise
The Herman Barnett Distinguished Professor in Microbiology and Immunology

 2023 Minnie Stevens Piper Professor Award


  • 2023  Minnie Stevens Piper Professor Award

    Now Accepting Nomination – all qualified faculty are encouraged to apply.

    Deadline:  October 7, 2022
    Organized in 1958, the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation is a non-profit, charitable corporation focused on post-secondary education in Texas.  Each year, the foundation honors 10 Piper Professors from across Texas for their dedication to teaching in addition to outstanding academic, scientific, and scholarly achievement.  Honorees will be named as “Piper Professors of 2023,” together with a cash honorarium of $5,000 each and gold commemorative pins. 

    This nomination call is open to full-time faculty members from all schools (self-nominations are acceptable).
    Faculty interested in applying may submit the following information via email to Kirk Nealy, kdnealy@utmb.edu by Friday, October 7, 2022:

    1. 2023 Piper Nomination Form Part B.pdf2023 Piper Nomination Form Part B.pdf (Download and complete by computer; handwritten responses will not be accepted).
    2. Up to five (5) letters of recommendation (may be from members of your administration, colleagues, and/or from current and former students).