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Faculty Awards 2001 - 2010

2001-2002

In Research and Creativity
Robert J. Calsyn, professor, Psychology,
College of Arts and Sciences

In Teaching
Margaret S. Sherraden, associate professor, Social Work,
College of Arts and Sciences

In Service
John B. Hylton, professor, Music,
College of Fine Arts & Communication;
Interim Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs

Academic Non-Regular
Elizabeth W. Vining, senior lecturer,
College of Business Administration

Governor's Award for Excellence In Teaching
Richard L. Pacelle Jr., associate professor, Political Science,
College of Arts and Sciences

President's Award for Research and Creativity
Robert E. Ricklefs, curators' professor, Biology,
College of Arts and Sciences

Thomas Jefferson Award
Steven C. Hause, professor, History,
College of Arts and Sciences

 

2002-2003

In Research and Creativity
Joseph Carroll, Professor, English
College of Arts and Sciences

In Teaching
David Robertson, Professor, Political Science
College of Arts and Sciences

In Service
Lois Pierce, Professor, School of Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences

In Non-Regular Faculty
Margaret Phillips, Lecturer, Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award
David Robertson, Professor, Political Science

College of Arts and Sciences

Governor's Award for Excellence In Teaching
Janet Lauritsen, Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice

College of Arts and Sciences

 

2003-2004

In Research and Creativity
John R. Gillingham, III
Professor, Department of History
College of Arts and Sciences

In Teaching
Sally Barr Ebest
Associate Professor, Department of English
College of Arts and Sciences

In Service
R. Rocco Cottone
Professor, Department of Counseling & Family Therapy
College of Education

Academic Non-Regular
Elizabeth Eckelkamp
Lecturer, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures
College of Arts and Sciences

Presidential Award for Research and Creativity
Joseph Carroll, Professor of English

C. Brice Ratchford Fellowship Award
Kay Gasen, Director of the Public Policy Research Center's Community and Neighborhood Development Division

 

2004-2005

In Service
David Curry, Professor,
Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Non-Regular
Robert Harris, Clinical Associate Professor,
Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences

In Teaching
Edward Lawrence, Professor,
Business
College of Business

In Research and Creativity
Richard Wright Professor,
Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences

Gitner Award
Beth Huebner, Assistant Professor,
Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Teaching Award
Alan Heisel, Assistant Professor,
Communication
College of Fine Arts and Communication

Governor's Award
Paul Paese, Associate Professor,
Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences

UM Faculty Entrepreneur of the Year
Zhi Xu, Associate Professor,
Chemistry and Biochemistry.
College of Arts and Sciences

 

2005-2006

In Service
Van A. Reidhead, Associate Professor,
Anthropology
College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Non-Regular
Vinita Henry, Clinical Associate Professor,
Optometry
College of Optometry

In Teaching
Anne E. Winkler, Professor,
Economics and Public Policy Administration
College of Arts and Sciences

In Research and Creativity
Elizabeth A. Kellogg, Professor,
Biology
College of Arts and Sciences

Gitner Award
Minsoo Kang, Assistant Professor,
History
College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Teaching Award
Gwen Moore, Senior Lecturer,
College of Business Administration

Governor's Award
Elizabeth Vining, Senior Lecturer,
College of Business Administration

 

2006-2007

Research and Creativity
Richard B. Rosenfeld, Professor,
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Arts and Sciences

Teaching
Jean-Germain Gros, Associate Professor,
Department of Political Science
College of Arts and Sciences, and Public Policy Administration Graduate School

Service
Jeanne Morgan Zarucchi, Professor,
Foreign Language and Literature College of Arts and Sciences, and
Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts and Communication

Academic Non-Regular
Wayne W. Winter, Instructor
Finance and area coordinator, Legal Environment
College of Business Administration

Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award
Lea-Rachel Kosnik, Assistant Professor,
Economics
College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Electric Teaching Award
Jennifer Siciliani, Affiliate Associate Professor,
Department of Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences

Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
Gregory Geisler, Associate Professor
Accounting
College of Business Administration

 

2007-20087

Research and Creativity
Joyce Mushaben, Professor,
Department of Political Science
College of Arts and Sciences, and Public Policy Administration Graduate School

Teaching
Stephen R. Moehrle, Associate Professor,
Accounting

Service
Jody Miller, Associate Professor,
Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, College of Arts and Sciences

Academic Non-Regular
Shahla Peterman, Senior Lecturer,
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, College of Arts and Sciences

Presidential Award for Outstanding Teaching
Fred Willman, Curators Teaching Professor of Music,
Department of Music
College of Fine Arts and Communication and College of Education

Thomas Jefferson Award
Michael Harris, Professor of Management and Fellow,
Center for International Studies

Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award
Angela D. Coker, Assistant Professor,
Counseling and Family Therapy

Emerson Electric Teaching Award
Carole Murphy, Associate Professor,
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
Judith Maserang, Clinical Professor,
Nursing

 

2008-2009

Research and Creativity
Michael M. Harris, Professor
Management Area
College of Business Administration

Teaching
Bernard J. Feldman
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Associate Dean
UMSL/Washington University Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program

Service
Mark Pope, Professor and Chair
Division of Counseling and Family Therapy
College of Education

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Member
Martha Caeiro, Associate Teaching Professor of Spanish
Kimberly Sallee, Associate Teaching Professor of Spanish
Susan Yoder-Kreger, Associate Teaching Professor of Spanish
Department of Anthropology and Languages, Center for Languages and Cultures
College of Arts and Sciences.

Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award
Matthew Lemberger, Assistant Professor
Division of Counseling and Family Therapy
College of Education

Emerson Electric Teaching Award
Kenneth Owen, Associate Teaching Professor
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
College of Education

Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
Virginia Navarro, Associate Professor
Division of Teaching and Learning
Co-Director, Career Transition Certification Program
College of Education

 

2009-2010

Service
Keith Stine, Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, College of Arts and Sciences

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Member
David Griesedieck, Teaching Professor in Philosophy
Department of Philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Electric Teaching Award
William Mayhan, Associate Teaching Professor
Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences

Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
James Henry, Associate Professor,
Department of Music, College of Fine Arts and Communication

 

2010-2011

Service
Timothy Farmer, Associate Professor of Accounting
College of Business Administration

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Member
Jennifer Siciliani, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Advising Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award
Amy Zanne, Assistant Professor
Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Emerson Electric Teaching Award
Michael Fix, Associate Teaching Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences

Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching
Soyna Bahar, Associate Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences