In addition to the Emory Williams Awards (see
story), some of the University’s schools
also give out their own teaching awards. 2003 recipients for these
school-based teaching citations include:
Marc F. Adler Prize for Excellence in Teaching:
Susan Gilbert, associate professor of finance. The award, which
carries a $10,000 prize, honors teaching quality, course innovation
and relevance to real-world problem solving.
Educator Award: Allison Burdette, assistant professor
of business law practice, elected by BBA students.
MBA Teaching Excellence
Award: Jan Barton, assistant professor of accounting;
and Kristy Lynne Towry, assistant professor of accounting.
Distinguished Educator Award: Robert Kazanjian,
associate professor of organization and management, elected by Executive
Evening MBA Distinguished
Educator Award: Richard Makadok, assistant professor
of organization & management.
Donald R. Keough
Award for Excellence: Joanna Green, director of
finance and administration; and Greg Waymire, Asa Griggs Candler
Professor of Accounting.
Center for Teaching and Curriculum Awards for Excellence in Teaching:
Leroy Davis, associate professor of history; Nancy Marshall, lecturer
of visual arts, and José de Jesús Soria, lecturer
School of Medicine
Evangeline Papageorge Award: John Pooler, associate
professor in physiology. This monetary award was established in
honor of Evangeline Papageorge, former dean of students.
School of Law
Student Bar Association’s Most Outstanding Professor:
John Witte, Jonas Robitscher Professor of Law.
Rollins School of Public Health
the Year Award: Lance Waller, associate professor
of biostatistics; Martha Alexander, adjunct professor of behavioral
science and health education; and Melvin Meyers, adjunct professor
of environmental health, all received the Professor of the Year
Award, given by students to outstanding faculty members who demonstrate
leadership, a concern for students and a sense of academic excellence.
Thomas F. Sellers
Award: Reynaldo Martorell, Woodruff Professor of