Previous Recipients

2018 Creative Teaching Awards recipients

Jeffrey Berejikian
Associate Professor of International Affairs and Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor
School of Public and International Affairs

Margaret Christ
Associate Professor of Accounting
Terry College of Business

Melissa Landers-Potts
Senior Lecturer, Human Development and Family Science
College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Simon Platt
Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery
College of Veterinary Medicine

2017 Creative Teaching Awards recipients

Trisha Branan
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pharmacy
College of Pharmacy

Jason Cantarella
Professor, Mathematics
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Julie Luft
Athletic Association Professor of Mathematics and Science Education
College of Education

Kristen Miller
Director, Biological Sciences
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

2016 Creative Teaching Awards recipients

Jon Calabria
Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture
College of Environment and Design

Cecilia Herles
Assistant Director, Institute for Women's Studies
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Ilse Mason
Senior Lecturer, Kinesiology
College of Education

Julie Moore
Assistant Department Head, Infectious Diseases
College of Veterinary Medicine

Tiffany Washington
Assistant Professor, Social Work
School of Social Work

2015 Creative Teaching Awards recipients:

Richard Menke
Associate Professor, English
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Montgomery Wolf
Senior Lecturer, History
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Brock Woodson
Assistant Professor, Engineering
College of Engineering

Siddharth Savadatti
Lecturer, Engineering
College of Engineering

2014 Creative Teaching Awards recipients:

Norris Armstrong
Associate Professor, Genetics and Biological Sciences
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Marisa Anne Pagnattaro
Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professor, Legal Studies
Terry College of Business

Steven Lewis
Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Craig Wiegert
Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy
Franklin College of Arts and Sciences