Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching
Davis Award Winner
Todd Belt, associate professor of political science, is regarded as an inspiring, dedicated teacher and an exceptional instructor. Belt also serves as advisor to the Political Science Club and coordinator of the Internship Program.
“His innovative pedagogical methods, including group work and service learning, have consistently generated high evaluations from his students,” noted a colleague. “He has involved students in research, listed them as co-author on conference papers and arranged for students to attend academic conferences.”
The Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching recognizes dedication and demonstrated excellence as teachers of undergraduate students. It was established as a memorial to the late Frances Davis, who taught mathematics at Leeward Community College and UH Manoa for 19 years.
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Mary Kay Tanka
Karyn Mo Wells
Past winners from 2002-2006.