2010 University Teaching Awards

This year’s winners of University awards for excellence in teaching were announced on April 15 during a recognition dinner held at the Alumni House.

The award recipients are:

2010-11 First Year Experience & Learning Communities

Brian Boecherer, Early College Experience
Outstanding First Year Experience Teaching Award

Julie Barrows, Physiology & Neurobiology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Outstanding First Year Experience Teaching Award

Robert Landolphi, Dining Services
Outstanding First Year Experience Teaching Award

Molly Zuccaro, Animal Science, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Outstanding First Year Experience Teaching Award

2010-11 Outstanding Adjuncts

Mark Naigles, Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Lori Smolin, Nutritional Sciences, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

2010-11 Teaching  Scholar

Kristen Kimball, Physiology & Neurobiology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Thomas Abbott, Molecular & Cell Biology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

2010-11 Outstanding Teaching Assistants

Brett Shook, Physiology & Neurobiology, Collage of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Barbara Gurr, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Sara K. Johnson, Human Development & Family Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

2010-11 Excellence in Teaching

Margaret Breen, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Nicholas Leadbeater, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Rachel O’Neill, Molecular & Cell Biology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Kim Price-Glynn, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

The John T. Szarlan Memorial Outstanding Student Mentors

Molly Zuccaro, Physiology & Neurobiology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Julie Barrows, Animal Science, College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

Honors Program

Lawrence Gramling, Accounting, School of Business
Robert Thorson, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences