Pegasus Professors

2016 - 2017
Robert Folger College of Business Administration
Jayanta Kapat College of Engineering and Computer Science
Alain Kassab College of Engineering and Computer Science
David Hagan College of Optics and Photonics
Jana L. Jasinski College of Sciences
2015 - 2016
Zenghu Chang College of Sciences and College of Optics and Photonics
Waldemar Karwowski College of Engineering and Computer Science
Yongho Sohn College of Engineering and Computer Science
Graham A.J. Worthy College of Sciences
Jiann-Shiun Yuan College of Engineering and Computer Science
2014 - 2015
Mohamed Abdel-Aty College of Engineering and Computer Science
Humberto López Cruz College of Arts and Humanities
Avelino J. Gonzalez College of Engineering and Computer Science
Kerstin Hamann College of Sciences
Cynthia Y. Young College of Sciences
2013 - 2014
Aristide Dogariu College of Optics and Photonics
Reed F. Noss College of Sciences
Zhihua Qu College of Engineering and Computer Science
Jeff Ruppert College of Arts and Humanities
2012 - 2013
Debrah C. Beidel College of Sciences
Humberto Campins College of Sciences
Demetrios Christodoulides College of Optics and Photonics
Lisa Dieker College of Education and Human Performance
Kein A. Hua College of Engineering and Computer Science
Robin W. Roberts College of Business Administration
James D. Wright College of Sciences
2011 - 2012
Donald C. Malocha College of Engineering and Computer Science
Talat Shahnaz Rahman College of Sciences
Martin Richardson College of Optics and Photonics
Sudipta Seal College of Engineering and Computer Science and Division of Research and Commercializarion
Stella Sung College of Arts and Humanities
Linda Walters College of Sciences
2010 - 2011
Kevin Belfield College of Sciences
Ranganathan Kumar College of Engineering and Computer Science
2009 - 2010
Michael Georgiopoulos College of Engineering and Computer Science
Jennifer Platt College of Education
Shin-Tson Wu College of Optics and Photonics
2008 - 2009
Peter Hancock College of Sciences
Juin J. Liou College of Engineering and Computer Science
Debra R. Reinhart Division of Research and Commerciailization
2007 - 2008
Eduardo Salas College of Sciences/Division of Research and Commercialization
Mary Lou Sole College of Nursing

2006 - 2007
Arlen F. Chase College of Sciences
Charles E. Hughes College of Engineering and Computer Science
Marty Wanielista College of Engineering and Computer Science

2005 - 2006
Karen Dow Meneses College of Nursing
Mubarak Shah College of Engineering and Computer Science

2004 - 2005
Michael C. Hynes College of Education

2003 - 2004
Henry Daniell College of Medicine

2002 - 2003
Diane Z. Chase Division of Academic Affairs
Eric Van Stryland College of Optics and Photonics

2001 - 2002
Llewellyn M. Ehrhart College of Sciences*

2000 - 2001
Peter J. Delfyett Jr. College of Optics and Photonics
Jose B. Fernandez College of Arts and Humanities*

1999 - 2000
Charles D. Dziuban College of Education

* Prior to October 2005, the College of Sciences and the College of Arts and Humanities existed as the College of Arts and Sciences.

 

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Patricia Angley
College of Arts and Humanities Patricia     Angley Teaching literature and literary theory is a joyful experience for me the majority of the time. Of course, grading is always difficult and time-consuming work, but it is a task that shows me what has worked, what hasn't, and what needs to be done or revised. Face-to-face or online interaction with my students...

Ann Miller
College of Sciences Ann Miller My goals in the classes I teach are for students to not only develop foundational knowledge and skills in the topic area but also to develop enthusiasm about the subject, learn about themselves, and learn how to learn. Although these goals may be reached in different ways depending on the semester and the course,...

Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha Janowsky A student should never leave a psychology course bored...period. My job is to teach human behavior—that cannot be boring! Like everyone else, students are naÏve psychologists with their own intuitions about why people act as they do. Whether teaching large classes, online classes, or small seminars,...