University Awards Nominations
Annual Gores, Dinkelspiel, and Cuthbertson Awards
Browse these common nomination, selection, and timeline questions for the annual Gores, Dinkelspiel, and Cuthbertson Awards.
Who May Nominate?
Any member of the Stanford community may nominate for one or more of these awards. Students are especially encouraged to nominate anyone who has made a special contribution to their education.
Stanford's quality as an educational institution depends upon the dedication of its faculty, students, and staff.
Recognizing those whose extraordinary efforts have made Stanford a better place thanks the award winners and reminds the community of the importance of individual contributions to the institution.
Each award carries a cash stipend, a formal citation, and extensive public recognition.
When do I Nominate?
The nomination period for the Gores, Dinkelspiel, and Cuthbertson Awards is now closed.
How do I Nominate?
- For the Gores awards, visit the Gores proposal webpage.
- For the Dinkelspiel awards, visit the Dinkelspiel proposal webpage.
- For the Cuthbertson award, visit the Cuthbertson proposal webpage
If you have questions regarding the nomination process, please contact email@example.com
How are Winners Selected?
Nominations for the Gores, Dinkelspiel, and Cuthbertson awards are presented to the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy.
When are Winners Announced?
Award recipients will be announced in May and will be formally acknowledged at the University Commencement. Typically, nominations are open during winter quarter.
Nominations for the President's Awards for Diversity Through Excellence
Any member of the Stanford community (students, faculty, and staff) may nominate an individual for this award. For more information on nominations, procedures and past winners, visit the President's Awards for Excellence Through Diversity website.