University Teaching Awards
Each year, the University Teaching Awards are conferred to individual faculty members through the Office of the Provost. These exemplary faculty demonstrate excellence in undergraduate classroom teaching and represent innovative curricular leadership across the University. University Teaching Award recipients come from across all six Evanston undergraduate schools and NU-Qatar. We celebrate their considerable contributions to student learning.
University Teaching Award Faculty Recipients
1992 - 2021
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Congratulations to the 2021 Recipients
Michael J. Allen
Associate Professor of History, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Michael Allen explains that “the goal of historical study is not the mastery of facts but rather a conversation with the past about questions and concerns we still struggle with in the present.” Read more about Michael Allen and view his remarks.
Cynthia Ellen Coburn
Professor, School of Education and Social Policy
Cynthia Coburn strives to help her students deeply understand the process of policymaking and implementation and to develop their strategic and reflective judgement when teaching social policy. Read more about Cynthia Coburn and view her remarks.
Clinical Associate Professor of Design Innovation at The Segal Design Institute, McCormick School of Engineering
Pam Daniels approaches teaching human-centered design by honoring the individual student, creating a climate of collaboration, and building creativity and confidence. Read more about Pam Daniels and view her remarks
Thomas J. Meade
Professor of Chemistry, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Thomas Meade adheres to a philosophy for teaching biochemistry in which learning occurs when students can apply their understanding of content to answer new questions. Read more about Thomas Meade and view his remarks.
Associate Professor of Instruction in Radio/TV/Film, School of Communication
Stephan Moore views teaching the audio arts as a kind of ongoing experimentation in which his central responsibility “is to remain open and responsive to the opportunities and challenges that present themselves in the classroom.” Read more about Stephan Moore and view his remarks