1996 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Undergraduate
Teaching
Lee H. Armstrong College of Arts and Sciences
Christian A. Clausen III College of Arts and Sciences
Madelyn J. Flammia College of Arts and Sciences
Frances L. Johnson College of Arts and Sciences
James L. Koevenig* College of Arts and Sciences
Bruce F. Pauley College of Arts and Sciences
Ernest J. Smith College of Arts and Sciences
Robert A. Ashley College of Business Administration
Stanley M. Atkinson College of Business Administration
Janet Allen College of Education
Enrique Ortiz College of Education
Issa Batarseh College of Engineering
Harold Klee College of Engineering
Kay M. Stanney College of Engineering
Eileen Mazur Abel College of Health and Public Affairs
Linda M. Hennig College of Health and Public Affairs
*The University Award for Excellence in Teaching

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Christian S. Bauer College of Engineering
Richard D. Tucker College of Arts and Sciences
Excellence in Librarianship
Norris S. Bazemore, Jr.

Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Carl R. Balado College of Education

Distinguished Researcher Awards
Kristin G. Congdon College of Arts and Sciences
Moshe Pelli* College of Arts and Sciences
Jeffrey S. Harrison College of Business Administration
Lei Chang College of Education
James S. Taylor* College of Engineering
Mary Lou (Noll) Sole College of Health and Public Affairs
Nazim Muradov, Florida Solar Energy Center Institutes and Centers
*The University Awards for Distinguished
Researcher

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Advising
Carol J. Barr College of Health and Public Affairs
Debra Reinhart College of Engineering

The University Award for Excellence in Professional Advising
Russ Tiberii Enrollment and Academic Services

 

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Joanna Mishtal
College of Sciences Joanna       Mishtal Having grown up in communist Poland, my memories of school days include intimidating oral exams in front of the class, punitive pop quizzes, severe discipline, and a symbolic barrier between student and teacher. After more than 20 years in the United States, these memories remind me of the kind of teacher I do n...

Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes
College of Arts and Humanities Cecilia Rodriguez  Milanes Ilove teaching. For me the classroom is aplace of excitement, energy, challenge and beauty. Many educational philosophies have influencedmy pedagogy, the most important of which is a student-centered and dialogicapproach. I strive to empower students,challenging them to become better critical thinkers, r...

Tison Pugh
College of Arts & Humanities Tison   Pugh The common feature of all medieval literature, despite differences in authors, cultures, and genres, is that it is very, very old. When beginning my courses, I often face resistant students who have predetermined that, due to its age, the literature under examination is irrelevant and offers nothing of interest to...