1989 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Seth Elsheimer College of Arts and Sciences
Josè Fernàndez College of Arts and Sciences
Donald Jones College of Arts and Sciences
Ram N. Mohapatra College of Arts and Sciences
Robert H. Rivers College of Arts and Sciences
Haven Sweet College of Arts and Sciences
Walter K. Taylor College of Arts and Sciences
John C. Whitney College of Arts and Sciences
Nancy P. Klintworth College of Business Administration
Michael H. Morris College of Business Administration
Woodrow D. Richardson College of Business Administration
Donna J. Baumbach College of Education
Roberta Driscoll College of Education
Philip T. Sciortino College of Education
Patricia J. Bishop College of Engineering
A. H. Hagedoorn College of Engineering
Darrell G. Linton College of Engineering
Joyce J. Dorner College of Health
Distinguished Researcher
Narsingh Deo College of Arts and Sciences
Allyn M. Stearman College of Arts and Sciences
George E. Stevens College of Business Administration
Karen L. Biraimah College of Education
Shiou-San Kuo College of Engineering
Louis J. Acierno College of Health
Ali Alp Kerestecioglu Florida Solar Energy Center
Kent Williams Institute for Simulation and Training

Librarian of the Year
Phyllis J. Hudson

 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Jill Fjelstul
College of Rosen College of Hospitality Management Jill Fjelstul My goal for the golf and club management curriculum is to build an academic program and reputation that resonates throughout the golf and private club industry. I have highlighted two dimensions of my teaching philosophy complimenting such a goal. My role as a professor is to create an optimal learning environ...

Edward Dandrow
College of Arts and Humanities Edward     Dandrow Every course I teach is a shared learning experience, in which I serve as a mentor and guide to help students develop the knowledge, analytical and communication skills, and confidence necessary to succeed both inside the academy and in the world outside the university. The success I have had in the classroom i...

Melissa Frye
College of Business Administration Melissa Frye Today’s workplace offers new challenges to students — the options are wider, the demands are greater, and the workplace is less structured. To be successful, students will need to meet the challenges of this type of working environment. A teacher is the guide who helps them prepare to meet these challe...