Superior Teaching Award Nomination
Please submit your nominations for the 2021 - 2022 Social and Behavioral Science Superior Teaching Award. This award recognizes the efforts of faculty (either tenure-track or career-line) who have consistently made significant contributions to the teaching mission of the College.
Students and alumni are STRONGLY encouraged to provide nominations.
Nominated faculty members must have 50% or more of their primary appointment in CSBS and have been part of the teaching faculty for at least two years. Individuals nominated at the senior level should have demonstrated a long-term, multi-faceted commitment to the teaching mission of the college.
Nominated faculty members will subsequently be asked to provide additional materials in support of their nomination (e.g., a teaching philosophy statement, teaching evaluations).
Finalists’ nomination materials will be carried forward for up to three years with no requirement to be re-nominated.
Previous winners are not eligible to be nominated again.
James Curry (Political Science)
Lazarus Adua (Sociology)
Thomas Quinn (Sociology)
Ella Myers (Political Science)
Ivan Mendieta-Munoz (Economics)
Kristina Rand (Psychology)
Jeanine Stefanucci (Psychology)
Shane Macfarlan (Anthropology)
Jennifer Follstad Shah (Environmental and Sustainability Studies)
Armando Solorzano (Family and Consumer Studies)
Claudia Geist (Sociology)
Jennifer Watt (Environmental and Sustainability Studies)
Cecilia Wainryb (Psychology)
Marcel Paret (Sociology)
Adrienne Cachelin (Environmental and Sustainability Studies)
Heather Melton (Sociology)
Tim Smith (Psychology)
Tim W. Smith (Psychology)
Ilse Dekoeyer-Laros (Psychology)
Lisa Aspinwall (Psychology)
Simon Brewer (Geography)
Gunseli Berik (Economics)
Julie Stewart (Sociology)
Nominations will be accepted until Friday, January 28, 2022. Please fill out the form below and remember to upload your letter of nomination.
NOTE: Award(s) will be presented at the CSBS Faculty & Staff Awards Reception. Date TBD.