2013 Founders' Day Awards

Congratulations to our faculty colleagues for their awards and achievements!

The College Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Ilenia Colon Menoza College of Arts and Humanities
Martha Garcia College of Arts and Humanities
Chiara Mazzucchelli College of Arts and Humanities
Adele Richardson College of Arts and Humanities
Stefanie Mayfield-Garcia College of Business Administration
Ann Marie Whyte College of Business Administration
Kelly Jennings-Towle College of Education
Karen W. Verkler College of Education
Mostafa Bassiouni College of Engineering and Computer Science
Ruey-Hung Chen College of Engineering and Computer Science
Carol M. Bast College of Health and Public Affairs
Suha M. Saleh College of Health and Public Affairs
Vicki Lavendol College of Hospitality Management
William Safranek College of Medicine
Erica Hoyt College of Nursing
Elena Flitsiyan College of Sciences
Shari v. N. Hodgson College of Sciences
Peter J. Jacques College of Sciences
Joanna Z. Mishtal College of Sciences
Graham A.J. Worthy College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Joanna Mishtal College of Sciences

The College Awards for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Peter L. Larson College of Arts and Humanities
Donna Bobek Schmitt College of Business Administration
William B Russel III College of Education
Joseph J. LaViola Jr. College of Engineering and Computer Science
Wendell C. Lawther College of Health and Public Affairs
Heejung Ro College of Hispitality Management
Sasan Fathpour College of Optics and Photonics
Barbara A. Fritzsche College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Donna Bobek Schmitt College of Business Administration

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Academic Advising
Kirk J. Gay College of Art and Humanities
Marcye S. Hampton College of Business Administration

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Thomas Bryer College of Health and Public Affairs
James Wright College of Sciences

The Pegasus Professors 2012-13
Past Pegasus Professors
Robin W. Roberts College of Business Administration
Lisa Dieker College of Eductaion
Kien A. Hua College of Engineering and Computer Science
Demetrios Chhristodoulides College of Optics and Phonotics
Debrah C. Beidel College of Science
Humberto Campins College of Science
James D. Wright College of Science

The College Awards for Excellence in Research
David L. Brunner College of Arts and Humanities
Ramarao Desiraju College of Business Administration
Haiyan Bai College of Education
Scott C. Hagan College of Engineering and Computer Science
Jennifer E. Kent-Walsh College of Health and Public Affairs
David J Kwun Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Alexander M. Cole College of Medicine
Vicki Loerzel College of Nursing
Ayman Abouraddy College of Optics and Photonics
Will Crampton College of Sciences

The University Award for Distinguished Research
Alexander M. Cole College of Medicine

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Thirty Years of Service
Dan Jones College of Art and Humanities
Pat Rushin College of Art and Humanitites
Thomas L. Martin College of Business Administration
Robert L. Pennington College of Business Administration
Marty Hopkins College of Education
Kathy S. Cook College of Health and Public Affairs
Abraham Pizam Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Lee Chow College of Science
Elliot Vittes Office of Undergraduate Studies
Robin Vieira Division of Research and Commercialization

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Forty Years of Service
Robert L. Bledsoe College of Sciences

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Forty-five Years of Service
Frank E. Juge Rosen College of Hopitality Management
David L. Block Division of Research and Commercialization
Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Twenty Years of Service
Robert T. Reedy College of Arts and Humanities
Ayako Yonetani College of Arts and Humanities
Anthony Byrd College of Business Administration
Patricia J. Euzent College of Business Administration
Manoj Chopra College of Engineering and Computer Science
Ribert L. Hoekstra College of Engineering and Computer Science
Andrew Amis Randall College of Engineering and Computer Science
Julia Pet-Armacost College of Medicine
Peter J. Delfyett Jr College of Optics and Phonotics
Aravinda Kar College of Optics and Phonotics
John R. Cannon College of Science
Susan T. Schleith Division of Research and Commercialization
Ronald Tarr Division of Research and Commercialization

Recognition of Service to the University
Retired and Retiring Faculty 2012-13
Priscilla V. Brain College of Arts and Humanities
Jeffrey Allen College of Business Administration
Peggy Dwyer College of Business Administration
Andrew J. Judd College of Business Administration
Marcia Veit College of Business Administration
Judith K. Welch College of Business Administration
Timothy R. Blair College of Education
Cheryl Wienke College of Education
Wilfred Wienke College of Education
Kent Williams College of Engineering and Computer Science
Pam Kirby College of Health and Public Affairs
Steve Lytle College of Health and Public Affairs
Julia Pet-Armacost College of Medicine
Karen Dennis College of Nursing
Ralph E. Bradford College of Sciences
John (Jeff) Buttler College of Sciences
Penelope Canan College of Sciences
Mourad E. H. Ismail College of Sciences
Consuelo E. Stebbins Division of Academic Affairs
Charles J. Cromer Division of Research and Commercialization
Craig Maytrott Division of Research and Commercialization
William Young Division of Research and Commercialization

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Suha Saleh
College of Health and Public Affairs Suha  Saleh As a teacher, I learned that students are motivated not only by enthusiasm but also by organization, clarity, scholarship, and good teaching techniques of classroom conduct. Motivation is as important as intelligence in influencing student learning. Studies have found that motivation ranks above intellect, peer ...

Christopher Parkinson
College of Arts and Sciences Christopher  Parkinson As a professor, it is my responsibility to motivate the students’ interest in the course. My goal is to utilize active learning techniques to teach critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills. This is very difficult, but I am fortunate to have a dynamic personality, quick sense of humor...

Alice Noblin
College of Health and Public Affairs Alice Noblin I often utilize project-based learning so Health Informatics and Information Management (HIIM) students are able to apply concepts to “real world” scenarios. This type of application allows me to ascertain the student‘s true understanding of important HIIM concepts. This type of experience also ...