2011 Founders' Day Awards

Congratulations to our faculty colleagues for their awards and achievements!

The College Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Kevin Haran College of Arts and Humanities
Lissa Mills College of Arts and Humanities
Hakan Ozoglu College of Arts and Humanities
Michael Strawser College of Arts and Humanities
Barbara Moore College of Business Administration
Timothy R. Blair College of Education
Deirdre Englehart College of Education
C. David Cooper College of Engineering and Computer Science
Christopher D. Geiger College of Engineering and Computer Science
Alice M. Noblin College of Health and Public Affairs
Reid M. Oetjen College of Health and Public Affairs
Tammie J. Kaufman College of Hospitality Management
Debopam Chakrabarti College of Medicine
Kelly Allred College of Nursing
Tim Brown College of Sciences
Alisha Janowsky College of Sciences
Ann Neville Miller College of Sciences
Kimberly Renk College of Sciences
Rani Vajravelu College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Alisha Janowsky College of Sciences

The College Awards for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Blake Scott College of Arts and Humanities
Scott M. Waring College of Education
Avelino J. Gonzalez College of Engineering and Computer Science
Thomas A. Bryer College of Health and Public Affairs
David J. Kwun College of Hispitality Management
Diane R. Andrews College of Nursing
M.G. "Jim" Moharam College of Optics and Photonics
Kimberly Renk College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Avelino J. Gonzalez College of Engineering and Computer Science

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Academic Advising
Patricia B. Angley College of Arts and Humanities
Kristen Schellhase College of Health and Public Affairs

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Naim Kapucu College of Health and Public Affairs

The Pegasus Professors 2010-11
Past Pegasus Professors
Kevin Belfield College of Sciences
Ranganthan Kumar College of Engineering and Computer Science

The College Awards for Excellence in Research
Hakan Ozoglu College of Arts and Humanities
Carol Saunders College of Business Administration
Vassiliki Zygouris-Coe College of Education
Issa Batarseh College of Engineering and Computer Science
Anthony Pak Hin Kong College of Health and Public Affairs
Po-Ju Chen Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Debopam Chakrabarti College of Medicine
Shin-Tson Wu College of Optics and Photonics
Peter A. Hancock College of Sciences
Ming Su Institute and Centers

The University Award for Distinguished Research
Shin-Tson Wu College of Optics and Photonics

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Thirty Years of Service
Jose Fernandez College of Arts and Humanities
Robert Rivers College of Arts and Humanities
Mostafa Bassiouni College of Engineering and Computer Science
Fernando Gomez College of Engineering and Computer Science
Sheau-Dong Lang College of Engineering and Computer Science
Donald C. Malocha College of Engineering and Computer Science
Michael D. Hampton Office of Undergraduate Studies
Bill Roach Division of Research and Commercialization
Cecelia H. Rivers Regional Campuses
Harold A. Utt, Jr. Regional Campuses

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Forty Years of Service
Jagdish Chavda College of Arts and Humanities
Michael C. Hynes College of Education
Haven Sweet College of Sciences
Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Twenty Years of Service
John C. Hitt Office of the President
Kathleen Bell College of Arts and Humanities
Robert S. Jones College of Arts and Humanities
Kathie K. Holland College of Business Administration
Timothy Rawlings Blair College of Education
Kenneth T. Murray College of Education
George E. Pawlas College of Education
Issa Batarseh College of Engineering and Computer Science
Alain Jacques Kassab College of Engineering and Computer Science
Mansooreh Mollaghasemi College of Engineering and Computer Science
Mary Lou Sole College of Nursing
Robert E. Peale College of Sciences
Morgan C. Wang College of Sciences

Recognition of Service to the University
Retired and Retiring Faculty 2010-11
Kristen G. Congdon College of Arts and Humanities
Terry J. Frederick College of Arts and Humanities
Roy Pickering College of Arts and Humanities
Linda Beats Putchinski College of Business Administration
William Bozeman College of Education
Debby Mitchell College of Education
George E. Pawlas College of Education
Ronald D. Dutton College of Engineering and Computer Science
Amar Mukherjee College of Engineering and Computer Science
David W. Nicholson College of Engineering and Computer Science
Gour-Tsyh "George" Yeh College of Engineering and Computer Science
Pamela Griset College of Health and Public Affairs
Randolph Manning College of Medicine
Loren Nelson College of Medicine
Jean Kijek College of Nursing
Richard D. Gilson College of Sciences
Leslie Sue Lieberman College of Sciences
Peter T. Panousis College of Sciences
Robert Pritchard College of Sciences
Gobind H. Atmaram Division of Research and Commercialization
Jack Webb Information Technologies and Resources
Tace Crouse Office of Undergraduate Studies

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Jeffrey Moore
College of Arts and Humanities Jeffrey  Moore Although the music discipline is inherently individualistic, a high standard of proficiency for all students is what university training represents. Percussion as a medium has the additional challenge of including thousands of instruments. Diversity of subject matter while finding common co...

Drew Noble Lanier
College of Sciences Drew Noble Lanier Students retain more course material when they are active learners. Employing a mixture of lecture and the Socratic Method communicates the course’s basic concepts and ideas, while assessing student comprehension.Students will retain more of the course material if it is relevant to them. I frequently offe...

Jane Waterman
College of Arts and Sciences Jane    Waterman Science is like a mystery novel; one looks for the solutions to puzzles. I try to bring science alive to my classes, to show them that science is always a work in progress and that it is exciting. I think it is important to integrate my own research into the classroom, as research and teaching are synergis...