1991 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Karl Heinrich Barsch College of Arts and Sciences
Alvin Y. Wang College of Arts and Sciences
John T. Gupton* College of Arts and Sciences
Patricia M. Fandt College of Business Administration
Timothy J. Sullivan College of Education
Soheil Khajenoori College of Engineering
Eileen M. Abel College of Health and Professional Studies
*UCF Teacher of the Year

Librarian of the Year
Jeffrey Sowder
Excellence in Teaching and Other Creative Activities
Ben Morgan College of Arts and Sciences
Michael Morris College of Business Administration
R. Donald C. Molocha College of Engineering
Michael J. Sweeney College of Health and Professional Studies
Tim Merrigan
Florida Solar Energy Center
Institutes and Centers
Eric Van Stryland,* CREOL Institutes and Centers
*UCF Researcher of the Year

 

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Kenneth White
College of Business Administration Kenneth  White Formal education is highly correlated to national productivity and individual accomplishments. The skills that students develop help a nation’s productivity while at the same time reward individuals for their commitment to excellence. Teaching is, I believe, one of the most important endeavors taking pla...

Amanda Groff
College of Sciences Amanda  Groff With differing learning styles, varied background knowledge, and biases, but that these diverse perspectives can actually enrich the learning environment. As such, my role is to create a virtual classroom in which this sharing of learning and discovery flourishes. A strength of the virtual classroom is its ...

Lindsay Neuberger
College of Sciences Lindsay   Neuberger As an instructor I use four specific pedagogical techniques to encourage an engaged environment: 1) remain organized, 2) develop examples connecting course content to salient student situations, 3) align course concepts with employment opportunities, and 4) be available to students. Organization may seem like ...