Provost-Sponsored Faculty and Staff Awards Award Recipients Spring 2008

The Spring 2008 awards recipients listed on this page have been recognized for excellence in each of their respective categories.

Esther Farfel Award

Teaching Excellence Awards Categories:
Teaching Excellence | Provost Core | Instructor/Clinical | Innovation in Instructional Technology | Graduate Teaching Assistant

Excellence in Research and Scholarship Awards

George Magner Award

Provost Faculty Advising Award

Faculty Award for Mentoring Undergraduate Research

John and Rebecca Moores Professorship

 

To see recipients from previous Spring awards ceremonies,
please select from the following:
2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 |

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Esther Farfel Award

David J. Francis | Psychology

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TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS CATEGORIES

Teaching Excellence Awards

Ron Lazer | Accountancy and Taxation

Sang-Hoon "Shawn" Lee | Engineering Technology

Brian K. McFarlin | Health and Human Performance

Vern Ival Paulsen | Mathematics

Provost Core Awards

James R. Benbrook | Physics

William R. Dupré | Geosciences

Instructor/Clinical Award

Virginia Leigh Hollyer | Mathematics

Innovation in Instructional Technology Award

Lorraine K. Stock | English

Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards

Alana Lynes  | Biology and Biochemistry

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Excellence in Research and Scholarship Awards

Eric Bittner | Chemistry

Demetre Economou, | Chemical Engineering

Vincent Tam  | Clinical Sciences and Administration - Pharmacy

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George Magner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising

Troy D. Hopkins | Accountancy and Taxation

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Provost Faculty Advising Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising

Simon Bott | Chemistry

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Faculty Award for Mentoring Undergraduate Research

Margot Gayle Backus  | English

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John and Rebecca Moores Professorship

Vincent M. Donnelly  | Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Thomas F. O'Brien  | History

 

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