Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award
The goal of the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award program is to encourage excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level. The University intends to ensure that the foundation courses of the undergraduate curriculum receive the proper emphasis in preparing students for work in the major, as well as providing the proper foundation in critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Each winner serves a two-year term on the Provost's Council on Teaching Excellence.
The Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award is administered by the Office of the Provost.
Previous Winners of the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award
- Ross Andel, Aging Studies
- Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, Sociology
- Manoug Manougain, Mathematics & Statistics
- Elizabeth Miller, Anthropology
- Ajit Mujumdar, Mechanical Engineering
- Coby O'Brien, School of Mass Communication
- Cynthia Patterson, English
- Jessie Turner, Women's & Gender Studies
- Richard Weinberg, Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling