For their exceptional teaching and student engagement, Michael Walter, Alan Rauch, Tiffany Morin and Katie Kutcher received the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ 2022 Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Walter, an associate professor of chemistry, and Rauch, a professor of English, each received the Integration of Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award, the first time that two faculty members were chosen for the honor. Morin, a faculty member in the Department of English, received the Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer. Kutcher, a faculty member in the Gerontology Program, earned the Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Part-Time Faculty Member.
The award recipients were recognized recently at an awards ceremony and reception in the Atkins Library Halton Reading Room.
Award finalists also were honored; they were Crystal Eddins, Africana studies, and Paola Lopez-Duarte, biological sciences, for Integration of Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award; Kathleen Burke, psychological science, and Samantha Furr, biological sciences, for Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer; and Leah Walton, history, for Outstanding Teaching by a Part-Time Faculty Member.
Read the entire story on the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences website.
Photo, left to right, CLAS Dean Nancy Gutierrez, Alan Rauch, Katie Kutcher, Tiffany Morin and Michael Walter.