1993 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Teaching
Anthony Celso College of Arts and Sciences
Lorrie Hoffman College of Arts and Sciences
Henry Anderson College of Business Administration
William Callarman College of Business Administration
William Quain College of Business Administration
Frank Rohter College of Education
Takis Kasparis College of Engineering
Antonio Minardi College of Engineering
Diane Wink College of Health and Public Affairs
Timothy Worrell College of Health and Public Affairs

Excellence in Advising
Robert Bledsoe College of Arts and Sciences
Patricia Higginbotham College of Education
Elizabeth Ramey College of Health and Public Affairs
Excellence in Research and Other Creative Activities
David T. Kuhn College of Arts and Sciences
Alan Miller College of Arts and Sciences
Richard A. Hofler College of Business Administration
Michael C. Hynes* College of Education
Patricia J. Bishop College of Engineering
Raymond Shapek College of Health and Public Affairs
Ali T. Raissi, Florida Solar Energy Center Institutes and Centers
*UCF Researcher of the Year

Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Wasfy Mikhael* College of Engineering
*UCF Teacher of the Year

UCF Librarian of the Year
Linda Sutton

 

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Ken Teter
College of Medicine Ken  Teter Engagement is the key to education. In the classroom, I engage my students by establishing a dialogue with them. Instead of simply reciting information, I ask questions. Why is the CDC in Atlanta? Students are surprised to learn that the original goal of the CDC was to eliminate malaria from the southern United St...

Judith Ruland
College of Nursing Judith    Ruland My philosophy of teaching is based on a belief that learning needs to be student centered and that students need to be equal partners in the learning process. My role involves using my expertise to put the necessary resources in the hands of the students or more likely to be sure that my students are well equi...

Scott Bukstein
College of Business Administration Scott  Bukstein My teaching philosophy is centered on challenging undergraduate students intellectually to enable students to develop personally, academically, and professionally. I fully understand that there is a difference between an instructor lecturing and students learning. I view each class period as an interactive bus...