May 23, 2022

Deadlines for faculty and staff

Here are some deadlines for nominations, applications and such for West Lafayette campus or University matters. This list is limited to things potentially involving faculty and staff from numerous sectors of the campus or University. (Listings may be derived from Purdue Today articles or Purdue news releases. Other submissions are welcome. Send by Wednesday; list updated on Monday. Contact:

Other Purdue Today calendar documents
Events this week (events and exhibitions)
Ongoing series and opportunities

* = Student awards and opportunities for which faculty-staff nominations are invited or needed, or about which faculty-staff communication to students is appreciated.


2022 CILMAR Vision Award. Applications due May 29. For Purdue faculty and staff members who exhibit exceptional leadership and innovation in support of CILMAR’s mission to facilitate intercultural learning opportunities for all Boilermakers. News story

Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship program faculty proposals due June 10. Faculty project proposals for Fall 2022 should focus on the strategic areas of global security, global health and global sustainability. News story about proposals


Community Standards Board membership. No deadline specified. Student, faculty and staff applicants welcome. Board deals with serious student conduct cases. News story about standards board

Advisors to student organizations. No deadline specified. Student Activities and Organizations (SAO). Article about becoming an advisor

Bravo Award. Recognizing and rewarding employees' "extraordinary performance which produces a measurable outcome." The program authorizes each unit to determine its own nomination and award process. More about Bravo Award

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