The University Awards for Excellence in Graduate Teaching

2017 - 2018 Magdalena Pasarica College of Medicine
 
2016 - 2017 Charles Kelliher College of Business Administration
 
2015 - 2016 Robert Peale College of Sciences
 
2014 - 2015 Glenn W. Lambie College of Education and Human Performance
 
2013 - 2014Enrique OrtizCollege of Education and Human Performance
 
2012 - 2013Donna Bobek SchmittCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2011 - 2012Julia ListengartenCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2010 - 2011Avelino J. GonzalezCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
2009 - 2010Necati CatbasCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
2008 - 2009Jennifer E. Kent-WalshCollege of Health and Public Affairs
 
2007 - 2008Karen E. DennisCollege of Nursing
 
2006 - 2007Mohamed A. Abdel-AtyCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
2005 - 2006Bari Hoffman RuddyCollege of Health and Public Affairs
 
2004 - 2005John F. WeishampelCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
2003 - 2004Keith FolseCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
2002 - 2003Kevin D. BelfieldCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
2001 - 2002Sophia DziegielewskiCollege of Health and Public Affairs
 
2000 - 2001Narsingh DeoCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
1999 - 2000Alain J. KassabCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
1998 - 1999I. Jack StoutCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1997 - 1998Gerald SchiffhorstCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1992 - 1993Wasfy MikhaelCollege of Engineering
 

Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Tison Pugh
College of Arts and Sciences Tison   Pugh The one 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, because of its age, the literature under examination is useless, if not altogether d...

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...

Alla Kourova
College of Arts and Humanities Alla   Kourova Teaching is about making some kind of dent in the world so that the world is different than what it was before you practiced your craft. What kind of dent do I want to make? Rather, what effect do I have (or am capable of having) on my students and their learning? I attempt to answer these questions in ...