The Emory Williams Awards for Distinguished Teaching are the University's
oldest awards for teaching, established in 1972 by Emory Williams
'32C. This year's winners include: Rose Cannon (nursing), Andrea
Hershatter (business); Cathryn Johnson (Emory College), Steven L'Hernault
(Emory College), Sally Radell (Emory College), Susan Riner (Oxford)
and John Witte (law).
In addition to the Emory Williams Awards, some of the Universitys
schools also give out their own teaching awards. 2002 recipients
for these school-based teaching citations include:
Marc F. Adler Prize for Excellence in Teaching: Steve Walton,
assistant professor of decision and information analysis. The award,
which carries a $10,000 prize, honors teaching quality, course innovation
and relevance to real-world problem solving.
BBA Distinguished Educator Award: Allison Burdette, adjunct
assistant professor of accounting, elected by BBA students.
MBA Teaching Excellence Award: Al Hartgraves, professor
of accounting, and Patrick Noonan, associate professor in the practice
of decision & information analysis.
Executive MBA Distinguished Educator Award: Robert Kazanjian,
associate professor of organization and management, and L.G. Thomas,
professor of organization and management; elected by Executive MBA
Evening MBA Distinguished Educator Award: Richard Makadok,
assistant professor of organization & management.
Donald R. Keough Award for Excellence: Robert Drazin, associate
professor of organization and management, and Nancy Roth Remington,
executive director of international programs and faculty director
of MBA travel/study module, Business in China, elected
by MBA students.
Center for Teaching and Curriculum Awards for Excellence in Teaching:
Joel Bowman, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Theoretical Chemistry;
Matthew Payne, associate professor of history; Judy Raggi Moore,
senior lecturer in Italian. These awards were instituted to honor
excellence in the teaching of Emory undergraduates.
School of Medicine
Evangeline Papageorge Award: Jonas Shulman, executive associate
dean for Medical Education and Student Affairs. This monetary award
was established in honor of Evangeline Papageorge, former dean of
School of Law
Student Bar Association's Most Outstanding Professor: James
Hughes, associate professor in law, specializing in the areas of
property, real estate sales and finance and professional responsibility.
Rollins School of
Professor(s) of the Year Award: Roger Rochat, epidemiology
and international health, Kimberly Sessions, behavioral sciences
and health education, and Jim Setzer, international health all received
the Professor of the Year Award, given by students to outstanding
faculty members who demonstrate leadership, a genuine concern for
students, and a sense of academic excellence.
Thomas F. Sellers Award: Stanley Foster, international health,
received this award for support of faculty colleagues in public
Woodruff School of
Distinguished Professor In Teaching Award: Darla Ura, associate
Teaching Scholar Award: Joyce Murray, professor.