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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Kenneth White
College of Business Administration Kenneth  White Formal education is highly correlated to national productivity and individual accomplishments. The skills that students develop help a nation’s productivity while at the same time reward individuals for their commitment to excellence. Teaching is, I believe, one of the most important endeavors taking pla...

Scott Bukstein
College of Business Administration Scott  Bukstein My teaching philosophy is centered on challenging undergraduate students intellectually to enable students to develop personally, academically, and professionally. I fully understand that there is a difference between an instructor lecturing and students learning. I view each class period as an interactive bus...

Arup Guha
College of Computer Science and Engineering Arup   Guha The ultimate goal of any educator should be to enable his students to achieve their potential. I attempt to attain this goal through five major techniques: providing a friendly classroom atmosphere, giving challenging assignments, adapting my courses, collecting data to identify the techniques that are most effect...