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Teaching Awards


The Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award

The Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award was established in 1988 by members of the Class of 1963 on the occasion of their 25th reunion. The annual award recognizes a professor in a tenure track or tenured position who has demonstrated extraordinary commitment to and skill in teaching undergraduates. Previous winners of the Excellence in Teaching Award are not eligible.

2016 – Russell Marcus
2015 – Max Majireck
2014 – Nathan Goodale
2013 – Robert Knight
2012 – Chris Vasantkumar
2011 – Anne Lacsamana
2010 – Nicole Snyder
2009 – Katharine Kuharic
2008 (Fall) – Timothy Lehman
2008 – Katie Kodat
2007 – Michael McCormick
2006 – Michelle LeMasurier
2005 – Ann Owen
2004 – Rob Martin
2003 – Martine Guyot-Bender

2002 – Kirk Pillow
2001 – Julie Dunsmore
2000 – Todd Franklin
1999 – Mitchell Stevens
1998 – Joseph Mwantuali
1997 – Edith Toegel
1996 – Doug Ambrose
1995 – Tim Kelly
1994 – Hong Gang Jin
1993 – Cheng Li
1992 – Vicky Vernon
1991 – Erol Balkan
1990 – Cynthia Domack
1989 – Tamara Williams

 

The John R. Hatch Excellence in Teaching Award

The John R. Hatch Excellence in Teaching Award was established through a gift made by Alfrederic S. Hatch, Class of 1958, in memory of his father, John R. Hatch, Class of 1925. This annual award recognizes a tenure-track faculty member who has been employed by the College for fewer than five years and who is selected on the basis of superior teaching, high-quality scholarly research, as well as significant and positive impact on students.

2016 – Alexandra List
2015 – Courtney Gibbons
2014 – Adam Van Wynsberghe
2013 – Abhishek Amar
2012 – Andrew Dykstra
2011 – Russell Marcus
2010 – Angel Nieves
2009 – Rebecca Murtaugh
2008 – Haeng-ja Chung
2007 – Yvonne Zylan

2006 –  Jenny Irons
2005 –  Tara McKee
2004 – Marianne Janack
2003 – Kevin Grant
2002 – Gordon Jones
2001 – Mark Cryer
2000 – Vivyan Adair
1999 – Ian Rosenstein
1998 – Tim Elgren

 

The Samuel and Helen Lang Prize for Excellence in Teaching

The Samuel and Helen Lang Prize for Excellence in Teaching, established in 1997 by Helen Lang, mother of Michael C. Lang, Class of 1967, to honor faculty members like John Mattingly, whose teaching the donor's son valued tremendously--faculty members noted for having a profoundly positive effect on their students. Michael Lang often advises students to "major in a great teacher," and this fund is designed to reward just such teachers. This annual award will be presented to a tenured member of the Faculty on the basis of superior teaching and of significant and positive impact on students. In addition to a monetary award, the recipient will be granted funds for student research or student intern assistance, either during the academic year or in the summer months.

2016 – Lisa Trivedi
2015 – Shelley Haley
2014 – Robert Hopkins
2013 – Lydia Hamessley
2012 – Ian Rosenstein
2011 – Doran Larson
2010 – Doug Weldon
2009 – Erol Balkan
2008 – Brian Collett

2007 – Robin Kinnel
2006 – Richard Werner
2005 – Frank Anechiarico
2004 – Bob Simon
2003 – Doug Raybeck
2002 – Susan Sanchez Casal
2001 – Charlotte Beck & George T. Jones
2000 – Tim Kelly
1999 – Peter Rabinowitz

 

The Class of 1962 Outstanding Teaching Award

The Class of 1962 Outstanding Teaching Award, established in 1987 by members of the Class of 1962 on the occasion of their 25th Reunion, is to be awarded every five years to an outstanding tenured member of the faculty in recognition of distinguished teaching. Professor of Economics Betsy Jensen is currently concluding her final year as the recipient of the Class of 1962 Outstanding Teaching Award.

2012-17 – Heather Buchman
2007-12 – Lydia Hamessley
2002-07 – Betsy Jensen
1997-02 – Ted Eismeier
1992-97 – George Bahlke

Contact Information


Office of the Dean of Faculty

Buttrick Hall
315-859-4601 315-859-4677 tlsteven@hamilton.edu
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