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Faculty Awards & Honors

Baldridge Book Subvention Fund

The Baldridge Book Subvention Fund supports the publishing of scholarly books by H&S faculty in the areas of African American Studies, Economics, English, History, Liberal Studies, Linguistics, Modern and Classical Languages & Literatures, Native American Studies, Philosophy and Women and Gender Studies. This fund is meant to support costs that an author may be obligated to pay to a publisher in order to accomplish production. Examples of such costs include photograph reproductions, translations and indexing.
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Cox Award for Teaching Excellence

The Cox Award was established to encourage and reward junior faculty members in the area of teaching. Criteria for evaluation include superior teaching, student advising and mentoring; accessibility to students beyond normal office hours; scholarly and professional activity; and campus/community service.
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H&S Excellence Award for Teaching across the Curriculum

The Award was established to recognize faculty members for their excellence in teaching at all levels of the curriculum. Criteria for evaluation include superior teaching at both the upper (300+) and lower (100-200) levels of the curriculum, student advising and mentoring, and accessibility to students beyond normal office hours. This award is presented by the H&S Advisory Board.

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Recent Cox Award Recipients

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Regents Professors

The title of Regents' Professor is awarded to a very select group of full-time faculty with an outstanding record of commitment to the University; who have demonstrated true excellence in all three areas of University expectation: instruction, scholarship, and service; and who have demonstrated distinctive impact through their work as a faculty member.

Professor Year Department Research Area
Allendorf, Fred 2004 DBS Population genetics and conservation
Borgmann, Albert 1996 Philosophy Philosophy of society and culture with particular emphasis on technology
Lauren, Paul 1991 History Diplomacy, International relations, and Human rights
Woessner, William 2004 Geology Basic and applied hydrogeology

H&S Sabbatical Awards: 2013-2014

Name Department Fall 2013 Spring 2014
Baker, Robert English X X
Baldwin, Julia Geosciences X X
Bergman, Jill English X X
Blunt, Judy English X
Broberg, Len Environmental Studies X X
Davies, Wade Native American Studies X
Douglas, John Anthropology X
Drake, Richard History X
Eglin, John History X X
Granath, Willard Div Biological Sciences X
Harrar, Soloman Mathematics X X
Kalachev, Leonid Mathematics X
Klink, Joanna English X
McNamer, Deirdre English X
Minnick, Michael Div Biological Sciences X
Miyashita, Mizuki Anthropology X
Patterson, David Mathematics X X
Semanoff, Matthew MCLL X X
Shanley, Kathryn Native American Studies X X
Smith, Garon Chemistry & Biochemistry X
Ware, Andrew Physics and Astronomy X X

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