1997 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Undergraduate
Teaching
Seth Elsheimer College of Arts and Sciences
Terri Susan Fine College of Arts and Sciences
Lorrie L. Hoffman* College of Arts and Sciences
Ralph A. Llewellyn College of Arts and Sciences
D. Howard Miles College of Arts and Sciences
Roy Pickering College of Arts and Sciences
Paul Somerville College of Arts and Sciences
Ayako Yonetani College of Arts and Sciences
Anthony K. Byrd College of Business Administration
Jeff Harrison College of Business Administration
Charles Kelliher College of Business Administration
Robert M. Everett College of Education
Cynthia J.
Hutchinson
College of Education
Manoj Chopra College of Engineering
Pamela McCauley-Bell College of Engineering
Daniel E. Hall College of Health and Public Affairs
J. Stephen Lytle College of Health and Public Affairs
*The University Award for Excellence in Teaching

Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Linda C. Malone College of Engineering
Excellence in Librarianship
Jack Webb

Distinguished Researcher Awards
Lokenath Debnath* College of Arts and Sciences
José Fernández College of Arts and Sciences
Abraham Pizam College of Business Administration
Kay M. Stanney College of Engineering
Mark Lanier College of Health and Public Affairs
Armin F. Rudd, Florida Solar Energy Center Institutes and Centers
*The University Award for Distinguished Researcher

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Advising
Walter K. Taylor College of Arts and Sciences
Diane Wink College of Health and Public Affairs

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Robert L. Armacost College of Engineering
Parveen Wahid College of Engineering

The University Award for Excellence in Professional Advising
Sandra B. Reeves Enrollment and Academic Services

 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Ann Miller
College of Sciences Ann  Miller My goals in the classes I teach are for students to not only develop foundational knowledge and skills in the topic area, but also to develop enthusiasm about the subject, learn about themselves, and learn how to learn. Although these goals may be reached in different ways depending on the semester and the...

Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha    Janowsky Students enter my classroom with intuitions about "why people do what they do." No matter the course modality or class enrollment, my goal is to challenge these ideas and get students thinking "like scientists." To that end, I encourage students to share and then reassess their theories in light of course ...

Mary Tripp
College of Sciences Mary  Tripp In school, I believed that good writing was a “gift” for a chosen few, and I wasn’t one of the chosen. After many years, I realized that becoming a good writer is a struggle for everyone. Like learning to write, learning to teach is also a struggle for everyone. Good teaching is not a “gift” for a chosen few—good ...