College of Arts & Humanities Teaching Awardees

The College of Arts and Humanities values the teaching of its faculty and acknowledges those who have received university system-wide awards.

Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching

2013
Paul Mitri – Theatre & Dance

2012
Matthew Romaniello – History

2011
Chae Ho Lee – Art and Art History
Kirstin Pauka – Theatre and Dance

2010
Ned Bertz – History
Frederick Lau – Music

2006
William Sharkey – Speech

2003
Krystyna Aune – Speech

2002
Amy Hubbard – Speech

2001
David Hanlon – History

2000
Margot Henriksen – History

1999
Karen Jolly – History

1997
Jane Moulin – Music

1990
Roger Ames – Philosophy

1989
Bryon Yasui – Music

1988
Sharon Minichiello – History

1987
David Stannard – American Studies

1986
James Conners – History

1985
Murray Turnbull – Art

1984
Donald Raleigh – History

1983
Mitsuo Aoki – Religion

1980
V. Dixon Morris – History

1979
Glen Grant – American Studies

1978
Terence Knapp – Drama and Theatre

1977
Chung-yuan Chang – Philosophy

1973
George Akita – History

1969
Duane Preble – Art

1967
Friedrich Seifert – Religion

1965
Harold E. McCarthy – Philosophy (Emeritus)
A. Gavon Daws – History

Chancellor’s Citation for Meritorious Teaching

2012
Thomas Jackson – Philosophy

2010
Joel Moffett – ACM

2009
Kate Lingley – Art and Art History

2008
Gregg Lizenberry – Theatre and Dance

2003
Karen Kennedy – Music

Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

2011
Erin Cozens – History

2010
Karen Mo Wells – American Studies

2008
Matthem Savage – Speech

2007
Yida Wang – Art and Art History

2006
Amy Donahue – Philosophy

Frances Davis Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching for Graduate Teaching Assistants

2012
Sean Trundle – American Studies