1992 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Richard Adicks College of Arts and Sciences
Charles Hughes College of Arts and Sciences
Brooks Madsen* College of Arts and Sciences
Lloyd Fernald College of Business Administration
Jennifer Platt College of Education
Harold Klee College of Engineering
Robert Laird College of Health and Public Affairs
*UCF Teacher of the Year

Excellence in Advising
Joyce Dorner College of Health and Public Affairs
Milan Meekse College of Arts and Sciences
Parveen Wahid College of Engineering
Excellence in Research and Other Creative Activities
Christian Clausen III* College of Arts and Sciences
Bruce Pauley College of Arts and Sciences
Duane Davis College of Business Administration
Juin Liou College of Engineering
Susan Mahan College of Health and Public Affairs
Subrato Chandra, Florida Solar Energy Center Institutes and Centers
Thomas Clarke, Institute for Simulation and Training Institutes and Centers
*UCF Researcher of the Year

UCF Librarian of the Year
Cheryl Walters

 

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Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha Janowsky A student should never leave a psychology course bored...period. My job is to teach human behavior—that cannot be boring! Like everyone else, students are naÏve psychologists with their own intuitions about why people act as they do. Whether teaching large classes, online classes, or small seminars,...

Mark Calabrese
College of Engineering and Computer Science Mark      Calabrese Long before I graduated with my Master's degree, I knew I'd want to teach someday. I was inspired by previous UCF faculty that included Dr. Martin Wanielista (Environmental Engineering & Dean), Dr. Gary Whitehouse (Dean & Provost), and Dr. Christian Bauer (Industrial Engineering). I chose to pursue my PhD, but did...

Farrah M. Cato
College of Arts and Humanities Farrah M.  Cato My teaching has always focused on student-centered classrooms where critical thinking and active engagement are key. This foundation allows me to work on the primary goal of my pedagogy: to teach students how to use their education in the world around them. To this end, I employ a variety of strategies for differe...