The Board of Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching was created in 1994 to encourage, identify, recognize, reward, and support excellence in teaching within the university. A cash award of $12,500 per year and a bronze medallion created especially for the award are given to sixteen recipients, one from each institution, at an annual recognition luncheon hosted by the Board of Governors in the spring.
The Director of the Coulter Faculty Commons, or the director's designee, will convene
the committee, act as recorder, and report the committee's recommendations to the
Chancellor or the Chancellor's designee.
Learn more about the Board of Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Committee, or submit a nomination.
|2021 Catherine Carter|
|2020 Jen Schiff||2019 John Whitmire||2018 Laura Wright|
|2017 Julie Johnson-Busbin||2016 Carmen Huffman||2015 Alexander Macaulay|
|2014 Annette Debo||2013 Christopher A. Cooper||2012 Lisa Briggs|
|2011 Aaron K. Ball||2010 H. Gibbs Knotts||2009 Sean O'Connell|
|2008 Will Peebles||2007 Julia Barnes||2006 L. Scott Philyaw|
|2005 Le Von Wilson||2004 Mimi Fenton||2003 Grace Allen|
|2002 Kathy Ivey||2001 Gayle Miller||2000 Gary Pool|
For additional information on this award please visit SharePoint or call the Coulter Faculty Commons at 227-7196.