College of Liberal Arts

College Honors Outstanding Teaching

Fri, May 8, 2015

The College of Liberal Arts has recognized 12 faculty members for the 2014-15 academic year who exemplify outstanding teaching and a commitment to excellence. They demonstrate high academic standards, not only to instruct, but to inspire.

Congratulations to the following recipients.

 

Josefina Paredes Endowed Teaching Award:

  • Chad Bennett, assistant professor, Department of English
  • Jessica Church-Lang, assistant professor, Department of Psychology

Leslie Waggener Centennial Endowed Teaching Fellowship:

  • Christopher Kirk, associate professor, Department of Anthropology
  • Antonella Del Fattore-Olson, distinguished senior lecturer, Department of French & Italian
  • Eric Tang, assistant professor, Department of African & African Diaspora Studies Department

Harry Ransom Award for Teaching Excellence:

  • Kirsten Bradbury, lecturer Department of Psychology 

Raymond Dickson Centennial Endowed Teaching Fellowship:

  • Daniel Birkholz, associate professor, Department of English
  • Shannon Cavanagh, associate professor, Department of Sociology
  • Randy Lewis, professor, Department of American Studies
  • David Schnyer, professor, Department of Psychology
  • Alexandra Wettlaufer, professor, Department of French & Italian
  • Kurt Weyland, professor, Department of Government

 

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