1989 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Seth Elsheimer College of Arts and Sciences
Josè Fernàndez College of Arts and Sciences
Donald Jones College of Arts and Sciences
Ram N. Mohapatra College of Arts and Sciences
Robert H. Rivers College of Arts and Sciences
Haven Sweet College of Arts and Sciences
Walter K. Taylor College of Arts and Sciences
John C. Whitney College of Arts and Sciences
Nancy P. Klintworth College of Business Administration
Michael H. Morris College of Business Administration
Woodrow D. Richardson College of Business Administration
Donna J. Baumbach College of Education
Roberta Driscoll College of Education
Philip T. Sciortino College of Education
Patricia J. Bishop College of Engineering
A. H. Hagedoorn College of Engineering
Darrell G. Linton College of Engineering
Joyce J. Dorner College of Health
Distinguished Researcher
Narsingh Deo College of Arts and Sciences
Allyn M. Stearman College of Arts and Sciences
George E. Stevens College of Business Administration
Karen L. Biraimah College of Education
Shiou-San Kuo College of Engineering
Louis J. Acierno College of Health
Ali Alp Kerestecioglu Florida Solar Energy Center
Kent Williams Institute for Simulation and Training

Librarian of the Year
Phyllis J. Hudson

 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Thomas M. Dolan
College of Sciences Thomas M.   Dolan Effective teaching starts, but does not end, in the classroom because student success does not end in the classroom. In addition to clearly communicating contemporary scholarship about international relations to my students, I try to engage them in the logic of discovery, improve their writing and analytical s...

Michael Strawser
College of Arts and Humanities Michael   Strawser Three goals that are central to my overall teaching philosophy are energy, respect, and edification. Energy: I believe that a good teacher should be dynamic, enthusiastic, and passionate for the subject, very knowledgeable and competent in communicating his or her knowledge. These are prope...

Claudia Schippert
College of Arts and Humanities Claudia  Schippert At the center of my teaching philosophy is my commitment to challenge students to examine “common sense” knowledge and to think creatively from different perspectives in order to grapple with complex negotiations of religious, political, and cultural identities in different times and places. I ask ...