Excellence in Teaching Award
The Senate's Excellence in Teaching Award recognizes an SDSU faculty member for contributions made to students' innovative curricula, and teaching methods, as
well as mentorship and coaching. Also considered is how the awardee's teaching excellence
impacts the discipline and larger community. The awardee receives the title Senate Distinguished Professor and a stipend. Qualified nominees may be tenured, tenure-track (probationary), or FERP.
Below is a list of recipients since 2006 and the year in which each was recognized.
|Eve Kornfeld (History)||2018|
|John Elder (Public Health)||2017|
|Matt Anderson (Physics)||2015|
|Jennifer Imazeki (Economics)||2014|
|Elizabeth Pollard (History)||2013|
Julio Valdes (Civil, Construction,
|Rebecca Moore (Religious Studies)||2010|
|Brian Spitzberg (Communication)||2009|
|Paul Gilbert (Psychology)||2008|
|Garry Girty (Geology)||2006|