AGHE Awards - Distinguished Faculty Award

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Distinguished Faculty Award

Purpose of the Award

The Distinguished Faculty Award recognizes persons whose teaching stands out as exemplary, innovative, of impact, or any combination thereof. The Distinguished Faculty Awardee will provide a lecture at the GSA Annual Meeting.

Submission Period

Spring 2024

Eligibility Criteria

  • Full-time faculty members at an AGHE affiliated institution or GSA member with AGHE designated as a primary or secondary section
  • Minimum of five years of teaching experience 
  • Those nominated must be willing and able to attend the GSA Annual Meeting and present a lecture during the meeting. 

Nomination Process

Required Nomination Packet Materials

  • A single nomination letter signed by at least 3 supporters.
  • A current Curriculum Vitae

Nature of the Award 

The recipient of the award receives a framed certificates and delivers a lecture at the GSA Annual Scientific Meeting.

Past Recipients

2022  Christine A. Fruhauf | Colorado State University
2021  Not Awarded
2020  Mary Carter | Towson University
2019  Gayle Doll | Kansas State University
2018  Phyllis A. Greenberg | St. Cloud State University
2017  Judith A. Sugar | University of Nevada, Reno
2016  Elizabeth M. Zelinski | University of Southern California
2015  Graham D. Rowles | University of Kentucky
2014  Cynthia Hancock | University of North Carolina Charlotte
2012  Leslie A. Morgan | University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Jennifer R. Sasser | Maryhurst University
2011  Eleanor Covan | University of North Carolina Wilmington and Mary B. Ligon | York College of Pennsylvania
2010  Karen A. Hooker | Oregon State University and Rona J. Karasik | Saint Cloud State University
2009  Laura K. Donorfio | University of Connecticut and Karen F. Kopera-Frye | University of Nevada, Reno
2008  Dana Burr Bradley | Western Kentucky University and E. Ayn Welleford | Virginia Commonwealth University
2007  Robert M. Beland | University of Florida and Darlene Yee-Melichar | San Francisco State University

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