1990 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Robert G. Flick College of Arts and Sciences
William Joe Hall College of Arts and Sciences
Michael D. Hampton College of Arts and Sciences
Joan S.
Johnson-Freese
College of Arts and Sciences
Burt Pryor* College of Arts and Sciences
Howard Sherwood College of Arts and Sciences
Paul N. Sommerville College of Arts and Sciences
Michael J. Sweeney College of Arts and Sciences
Pamela Lewis College of Business Administration
Naval Modani College of Business Administration
Delorys Blume College of Education
Gerald Gergley College of Education
Christos Christodoulou College of Engineering
C. David Cooper College of Engineering
Audrey C. McCool College of Health and Professional Studies
Frances B. Smith College of Health and Professional Studies
*UCF Teacher of the Year
Excellence in Research and Other Creative Activities
C. Denise Caldwell College of Arts and Sciences
Walter Gaudnek* College of Arts and Sciences
Patricia M. Fandt College of Business Administration
Charles D. Dziuban College of Education
James S. Taylor* College of Engineering
Ady Milman College of Health and Professional Studies
James B. Cummings Institutes and Centers
*UCF Researchers of the Year

UCF Librarian of the Year
Theodore Pfarrer

Excellence in Advising
Jagdish Chavda College of Arts and Sciences
Cheryl Green College of Health and Professional Studies
Shiou-San Kuo College of Engineering
Robert J. Laird* College of Arts and Sciences
Nannette McLain College of Education
John Salter College of Business Administration
*UCF Advisor of the Year

 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Timothy Blair
College of Education Timothy Blair I began my career in education because of my grandmother‘s influence, who taught for fifty-six years in the public schools. Teaching—sparking an interest in learning and imparting new understandings and dispositions to students—is truly a gift. Through the years, teaching has not lost its unique...

Lisa Mills
College of Arts and Humanities Lisa Mills When I arrived at UCF eleven years ago I believed my primary role as an educator was to prepare students for a profession. My teaching philosophy has greatly changed since then, and my classroom activities and assessments reflect a new and evolving belief that I should learn from my students and that I have a res...

Patricia Angley
College of Arts and Humanities Patricia    Angley Interaction with my students motivates me to find different and innovative classroom techniques, methods, and challenges to keep them engaged with their learning. I try to listen to them, hear what they know and don't know so that we can make meaning together as we read and interpret diverse and difficult text...