Walpole receives Excellence in Teaching Award

Sharon Walpole, professor of education in the College of Education and Human Development, is one of the eight recipients of the Excellence in Teaching Award for outstanding work in undergraduate teaching. The Excellence in Teaching Awards are based primarily on nominations from current and past students. The student and faculty honors committee selected the winners from nearly 700 nominations for the awards in three different categories. Awardees receive $5,000, have their portraits hung in Morris Library for five years and have bricks inscribed with their names installed in Mentors’ Circle between Hullihen Hall and the Morris Library.

The Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring Awards were announced at the May 2 meeting of the Faculty Senate. Read more…

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