Louise Rice Wins Golden Dozen Teaching Award
Each year, the College of Arts and Science recognizes faculty for their outstanding contribution to learning in the classroom. Twelve regular full-time faculty members are chosen to receive Golden Dozen Teaching Awards from nominations submitted by CAS students and faculty.
Please join us in congratulating Professor Rice for being one of this year’s recipients!
Edward Sullivan Receives Distinguished Teaching Award from College Art Association
We are delighted and thrilled to announce Professor Edward Sullivan's recent achievement: this year's CAA Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award.
In being so honored, Edward joins exceptional company here in the DAH: Carol (in 2004) and H.W. Janson (in 1979).
Other past honorees include Meyer Shapiro, Bob Herbert, Oleg Grabar, Esther Dotson, Anne Coffin Hanson, Tim Clark, Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann, Wen Fong, Dale Kinney, Wu Hung, Patricia Berger, and our recent visiting professor Patricia Mainardi -- among a host of other inspirational voices.
"The Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award, established in 1977, is presented to an individual who has been actively engaged in teaching art history for most of his or her career. Among the range of criteria that may be applied in evaluating candidates are: inspiration to a broad range of students in the pursuit of humanistic studies; rigorous intellectual standards and outstanding success in both scholarly and class presentation; contribution to the advancement of knowledge and methodology in the discipline, including integration of art-historical knowledge with other disciplines; and aid to students in the development of their careers."
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