2014 Founders' Day Awards

Congratulations to our faculty colleagues for their awards and achievements!

The College Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Edward Dandrow College of Arts and Humanities
Alla Kourova College of Arts and Humanities
Daniel S. Murphree College of Arts and Humanities
Leandra Preston-Sidler College of Arts and Humanities
Pamela Roush College of Business Administration
Ray R. Sturm College of Business Administration
William B. Russell III College of Education and Human Performance
Jeffrey C. Biddle College of Education and Human Performance
Amir H. Behzadan College of Engineering and Computer Science
Mark Calabrese College of Engineering and Computer Science
Claire Connolly Knox College of Health and Public Affairs
Premilia A. Whitney College of Hospitality Management
William T. Self College of Medicine
Jonathan Decker College of Nursing
Lindsay Neubeger College of Sciences
Jennifer A. Sandoval College of Sciences
Walter Sotero-Esteva College of Sciences
Thomas Dolan College of Sciences
Drew Noble Lanier College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Alla Kourova College of Arts and Humanities

The College Awards for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Scott Warfield College of Arts and Humanities
Melissa Frye College of Business Administration
Enrique Ortiz College of Education and Human Performance
Dingobao Wang College of Engineering and Computer Science
Shawn A. Lawrence College of Health and Public Affairs
Norma E. Conner College of Nursing
Pieter G. Kik College of Optics and Photonics
John J. Schultz College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching
Enrique Ortiz College of Eductation and Human Performance

The University Awards for Excellence in Faculty Academic Advising
Cynthia K. Walters College of Education and Human Performance
Pedro Patino College of Sciences

The University Award for Excellence in Professional Academic Advising
Presented by Terry L. Hickey
Provost and Executive Vice President
Rebecca Morales College of Sciences

The University Awards for Excellence in Professional Service
Jeffrey S. Kaplan College of Education and Human Performance
Martha Marinara College of Arts and Humanities

The Pegasus Professors 2013-14
Past Pegasus Professors
Jeff Rupert College of Arts and Humanities
Zhihua Qu College of Engineering and Computer Science
Aristide Dogariu College of Optics and Phonotics
Reed F. Noss College of Science

The College Awards for Excellence in Research
Mark L. Kamrath College of Arts and Humanities
Maureen Ambrose College of Business Administration
Debbie L. Hahs-Vaughn College of Education and Human Performance
Charles Hughes College of Engineering and Computer Science
Christopher V. Hawkins College of Health and Public Affairs
Khaldoon Nusair Rosen College of Hospitality Management
Ken Teter College of Medicine
Anne E. Norris College of Nursing
Demetrios Christodoulides College of Optics and Photonics
Deborah Beidel College of Sciences
Jayan Thomas Institutes and Centers

The University Award for Excellence in Research
Demetrios Christodoulides College of Optics and Photonics

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Thirty Years of Service
Michael Moshell College of Arts and Humanities
Stephen Goodman College of Business Administration
Karri Williams College of Education and Human Performance
Ali Orooji College of Engineering and Computer Science
Parveen Wahid College of Engineering and Computer Science
Wendell Lawther College of Health and Public Affairs
Arlen Chase College of Sciences
Diane Chase College of Sciences
Ram Mohapatra College of Sciences
Gary Richardson College of Sciences
Kuppalapalle Vajravelu College of Sciences
James Cummings Division of Research and Commercialization

Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Forty-five Years of Service
Roseann White College of Medicine
James Brophy-Ellison College of Sciences
Christian Clausen College of Sciences
Frank Kujawa College of Sciences
Recognition of Service to the University
Faculty Members With Twenty Years of Service
Amy Barnickel College of Arts and Humanities
Jocelyn Bartkevicius College of Arts and Humanities
Rosalind J. Beiler College of Arts and Humanities
Marie Leticee College of Arts and Humanities
Jeffrey M. Moore College of Arts and Humanities
Joanne Stephenson College of Arts and Humanities
Stephen F. Borde College of Business Administration
James Gilkeson College of Business Administration
Ronald E. Michaels College of Business Administration
Fidelia Nnadi College of Engineering and Computer Science
Michael David Proctor College of Engineering and Computer Science
Ana M. Leon College of Health and Public Affairs
Karol Lucken College of Health and Public Affairs
Jack Ryalls College of Health and Public Affairs
Joseph B. Sanborn Jr. College of Health and Public Affairs
Martine Vanryckeghem College of Health and Public Affairs
Diane M. Jacobs College of Medicine
Boris Zeldovich College of Optics and Phonotics
Kerstin Hamann College of Sciences
Mustapha Mouloua College of Sciences
Elizabeth Mustaine College of Sciences
Joel Hartman Division of Information Technologies and Resources
Selma K. Jaaskowski Division of Information Technologies and Resources
Meredith Semones Division of Information Technologies and Resources
Maribeth Ehasz Division of Student Devlopment and Enrollment Services

Recognition of Service to the University
Retired and Retiring Faculty 2013-14
Ke Francis College of Arts and Humanities
John D. Haxton College of Arts and Humanities
Jose M. Maunez-Caudra College of Arts and Humanities
Michael Moshell College of Arts and Humanities
Don Seay College of Arts and Humanities
Nancy Klinktworth College of Business Administration
David Butterfield College of Business Administration
Robert Pennington College of Business Administration
Silvia Diaz College of Education and Human Performance
Sandra K. Johnson College of Education and Human Performance
Donna L. Leinsing College of Education and Human Performance
Lance J. Tomei College of Education and Human Performance
Eileen M. Abek College of Health and Public Affairs
Peter Colby College of Health and Public Affairs
Sharon E. Douglass College of Health and Public Affairs
James Flagg College of Health and Public Affairs
Myron Fottler College of Health and Public Affairs
Aaron Liberman College of Health and Public Affairs
William C. Nye College of Health and Public Affairs
Carla Parson College of Health and Public Affairs
Paul Rompf College of Hospitality Managment
William Wooten College of Sciences
Richard V. Lowe Institute for Simulation and Training
Betsy L. Gray Office of Research Operations
Sheri E. Dressler Office of Undergraduate Studies
Thomas L. Barr Office of Undergraduate Studies
Joyce E. Dorner Regional Campuses
VADM Alfred G. Harms, Jr. Strategy, Marketing, Communications and Admissions
Dennis H Congos Student Devlopment and Enrollment Services

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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Debopam Chakrabarti
College of Medicine Debopam  Chakrabarti My teaching philosophy is to offer students a course that is accurate, comprehensive, and intellectually gratifying where students are presented not only general concepts but also on how these concepts are developed using experimental strategies. In my opinion, the subject should be taught by engendering an under...

Charlotte Trinquet du Lys
College of Arts & Humanities Charlotte Trinquet du Lys Like organisms, institutions and their instructors must adjust in order to thrive, while maintaining a certain degree of continuity with past practices so as not to abandon their accumulated knowledge. Consequently, my pedagogical methodology is evolutionary: I try as many techniques as possible, retain successful...

Charles Keliher
College of Business Administration Charles           Keliher My teaching philosophy encompasses the following three dimensions: 1. Teach the technical material (knowledge) and develop students' expanded competencies (skills) necessary for long-term success in the profession. 2. Bring real-world examples into th...