The University Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

2016 - 2017Ann GleigCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2015 - 2016Taylar WenzelCollege of Education and Human Performance
 
2014 - 2015Alisha JanowskyCollege of Sciences
 
2013 - 2014Alla KourovaCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2012 - 2013Joanna MishtalCollege of Sciences
 
2011 - 2012Christopher L. ParkinsonCollege of Sciences
 
2010 - 2011Alisha JanowskyCollege of Sciences
 
2009 - 2010Bruce M. WilsonCollege of Sciences
 
2008 - 2009Peter L. LarsonCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2007 - 2008Kerstin HamannCollege of Sciences
 
2006 - 2007John J. ShultzCollege of Sciences
 
2005 - 2006Kristin G. CongdonCollege of Arts and Humanities
 
2004 - 2005Karen VerklerCollege of Education
 
2003 - 2004Tosha DuprasCollege of Sciences
 
2002 - 2003Pamela S. HammonsCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
2001 - 2002Nadine G. BarlowCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
2000 - 2001Charles E. HughesCollege of Engineering and Computer Science
 
1999 - 2000Diane WinkCollege of Health and Public Affairs
 
1998 - 1999Walter K. TaylorCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1997 - 1998Alireza RahroohCollege of Engineering
 
1996 - 1997Lorrie L. HoffmanCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1995 - 1996James L. KoevenigCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1994 - 1995David L. BrunnerCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1993 - 1994Martha HopkinsCollege of Education
 
1991 - 1992Brooks MadsenCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1990 - 1991John T. GuptonCollege of Arts and Sciences
 
1989 - 1990Burt PryorCollege of Arts and Sciences
 

Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

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...

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...

Dennis Filler
College of Engineering & Computer Science Dennis Filler Since the Industrial Revolution U.S. universities have been producing assembly-line engineers, technically astute but weak in management skills. Traditionally, engineers have not been good managers and business owners. Then, in the late 1970s, academic decision makers decided that engineering schools should progre...