Outstanding Teacher Award


This award is based on the following criteria, which are not ranked by order of importance, nor exclusive:

  • ability to demonstrate resourcefulness and expand on textual material
  • ability to demonstrate relevancy of course material
  • demonstrates true concern for students and is accessible for assistance and advising
  • ability to reward the student meaningfully for hard work and achievement, and know when and how to do it
  • enthusiasm in the classroom
  • ability to stimulate intellectual curiosity, to challenge students
  • evidence of being current in the field
  • demonstration of innovation and flexibility
  • ability to design creative examinations
  • demonstrates commitment to student learning as instructor, role model or positive influence on career development of students
  • ability to communicate effectively
  • reflects on past teaching experience to improve current practice
  • applies scholarly research to classroom instruction

This award was created in 2007.

GuidelinesNomination Form

Jackie Doyon-Martin, 2018 Outstanding Teacher Award Recipient

2018 Outstanding Teacher Award Recipient
School of Criminal Justice

2007 - Frank Hughes
2009 - Debra Ross
2010 - Carly Hilinski
2011 - Patrick Gerkin
2013 - Ruth Stevens
2014 - John Walsh
2015 - Brian Kingshott
2017 - Neal Buckwalter


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