1995 Founders' Day Awards

Excellence in Undergraduate
Teaching
David L. Brunner* College of Arts and Sciences
S. Roy Choudhury College of Arts and Sciences
Fred Fedler College of Arts and Sciences
Michael D. Hampton College of Arts and Sciences
Daniel Jones College of Arts and Sciences
Bradley Braun College of Business Administration
Ray Fisk College of Business Administration
Stephen LeBruto College of Business Administration
Kay W. Allen College of Education
Pat Higginbotham College of Education
Larry Chew College of Engineering
Debra R. Reinhart College of Engineering
Carol Bast College of Health and Public Affairs
Steve Janos College of Health and Public Affairs
*The University Award for Excellence in Teaching

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Robert D. Kersten College of Engineering
Brian Rungeling College of Business Administration
Distinguished Researcher Awards
Mostafa Bassiouni College of Arts and Sciences
D. Howard Miles* College of Arts and Sciences
Jeff Allen College of Business Administration
Karen Biraimah College of Education
Michael A. Mullens College of Engineering
Louis J. Acierno College of Health and Public Affairs
Danny S. Parker, Florida Solar Energy Center Institutes and Centers
*The University Award for Distinguished Researcher

The University Award for Excellence in Professional Advising
Debbie Phillis College of Health and Public Affairs

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Advising
Terri S. Fine College of Arts and Sciences
Jerry Y. Gardner College of Arts and Sciences

Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Richard D. Gilson College of Arts and Sciences

Excellence in Librarianship
Carole S. Hinshaw

 

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Mary Tripp
College of Sciences Mary  Tripp In school, I believed that good writing was a “gift” for a chosen few, and I wasn’t one of the chosen. After many years, I realized that becoming a good writer is a struggle for everyone. Like learning to write, learning to teach is also a struggle for everyone. Good teaching is not a “gift” for a chosen few—good ...

Terri Fine
College of Sciences Terri  Fine Learning is an imperfect process best tackled with a holistic approach. Strengths, weaknesses and work habits combine so that some students perform better than others; all students need to show strengths and address weaknesses as part of their learning. I provide diverse assessments while also working with student...

Tian Tian
College of Engineering and Computer Science Tian  Tian I believe the chief responsibility of schooling is to encourage students’ intellectual and personal development, rather than to certify or to pick the best and brightest. I understand learning is a developmental process rather than only a question of acquisition. As a teacher, my job is to help them learn be...