to the Emory Williams Awards (see
story) some of the University’s
schools also give out their own teaching awards. 2004 recipients
for these teaching citations include:
George P. Cuttino Award for Excellence in Mentoring: Judith Campbell
Rohrer, associate professor of Art History. This award was first
presented in 1997 in honor of Cuttino, a professor of medieval history
and carries a cash prize.
Goizueta Business School:
Marc F. Adler Prize for
Excellence in Teaching: Douglas Bowman,
associate professor of marketing. The award, which carries a $10,000
prize, honors teaching quality, course innovation and relevance
to real-world problem solving.
BBA Distinguished Educator
Award: Reshma Shah, assistant professor
of marketing, elected by BBA students.
MBA Teaching Excellence
Award: Al Hartgraves, professor of accounting;
and Kristy Lynne Towry, assistant professor of accounting.
Modular Executive MBA
Distinguished Educator Award: Richard Makadok,
associate professor of organization and management, and Shehzad
Mian, associate professor of finance, elected by Executive MBA students.
Weekend Executive MBA
Distinguished Educator Award: Shehzad Mian,
associate professor of finance, elected by Executive MBA students.
Evening MBA Distinguished
Educator Award: Patrick Noonan, associate
professor of decision and information analysis.
Donald R. Keough Award
for Excellence: Maria Radulovic, Executive
MBA administrative director; and Conseulo Kertz, professor of accounting.
Center for Teaching and Curriculum Awards for Excellence in Teaching: Robert Bartlett, associate professor of political science; Dorothy
Fletcher, art history senior lecturer; and Matthew Weinschenk, chemistry
School of Medicine
Evangeline Papageorge Award: Nanette Wenger, professor of medicine.
This monetary award was established in honor of Evangeline Papageorge,
former dean of students.
School of Law
Student Bar Association’s Most Outstanding Professor: Frank
Alexander, professor, selected by students.
Ben F. Johnson Faculty
Excellence Award: Robert Schapiro, professor,
selected by faculty and student committee.
Rollins School of Public Health
Professor(s) of the Year Award: Robert Johnson, adjunct professor
of environmental and occupational health; Richard Sanders, adjunct
assistant professor of health policy and management; and Nancy Thompson,
associate professor of behavioral science and health education,
all received Professor of the Year awards, given by students to
outstanding faculty members who demonstrate leadership, a concern
for students and a sense of academic excellence.
Thomas F. Sellers
Award: Rafael Flores, research associate professor of international