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2014 Recipient:

Julie Puckett

Julie PuckettIn nominations, students said the following about their Math instructor:

"I told her that I was incapable of learning Math. She was quick to make me change my mind. She got so concerned over the fact I had it in my head I could not learn math that it was at that moment I knew she was a teacher who actually cared about her students, and I ended up receiving a 4.0 in both semesters."

"This instructor had time before and after class for me and arranged to meet with me on campus outside of office hours. This instructor returned calls even on Saturday and Sunday and email responses were answered within a day."

"This instructor always shows up to class with a smile and a positive attitude. This instructor encourages every student to do their best and shares the excitement of learning a subject that can be very challenging for many."

Adjunct Faculty Excellence Award

About the award

Created in 1999 as a companion to the Imogene Wise Faculty Excellence Award. Chosen by a student selection committee, award criteria includes teaching excellence, rapport with students, innovation in the classroom and a sense of dedication.

Past recipients

  • 2013: Jim Szczechowski
  • 2012: John Biolchini
  • 2011: Mark Holley
  • 2010: Lisa Blackford
  • 2009: Gary Sanborn
  • 2008: Stephen Lockman
  • 2007: Jason Teichman
  • 2006: Karl Sporck
  • 2005: Peter Baumeler
  • 2004: Ted Reese
  • 2003: Jerry Gates
  • 2002: Jerry Dobek
  • 2001: Regis McCord
  • 2000: Susan Odgers
  • 1999: Gregory LaCross


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