Awards & Grants

The Delphi Center facilitates award programs that provide faculty with both monetary rewards and campus-wide recognition. These awards programs honor excellence and innovation in college teaching and learning.

Faculty Favorite Awards

Each year, the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning asks UofL students to nominate faculty, staff, and GTAs who make a difference in the classroom and to their college experience. The nominated faculty members' passion for teaching exemplifies the true spirit of teaching and learning through the eyes of their students. Learn more…

TILL Teaching Innovation Award

Established in 2021, the annual TILL Teaching Innovation Award honors the University of Louisville’s outstanding faculty who demonstrate a commitment to student engagement and learning through their work on one or more innovative teaching strategies.

The award recognizes the importance of teaching excellence among UofL faculty and offers individual recognition to instructors who explore new methods for fostering learning and improving teaching. Learn more.

Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence

The Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching and Learning were established in October 2005 in memory of Dr. Paul Weber, a distinguished teacher, scholar, and mentor at the University of Louisville. His 30-year career epitomized the creativity and engagement that the awards seek to recognize. Learn more…

APLU Adaptive Courseware Grant

In the Fall 2016, the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities awarded the University of Louisville and the Delphi Center a generous grant to implement and scale the use of adaptive digital solutions in classes on campus. This grant provides financial opportunities and resources to faculty and departments that are interested in active learning, flipped classrooms, or technology solutions. Learn more

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