Since 1970, the University of Washington has honored its best teachers for striving to bring knowledge to the next generation. This year the UW has given its Distinguished Teaching Award to seven faculty on three campuses. In addition, the UW is honoring TAs, public servants and staff this month. All will be recognized at the UW Recognition Reception, held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 9 in Meany Hall and open to the public. Faculty and others will also be honored during the June 12 commencement exercises in Husky Stadium. What follows is a series of mini-profiles of teaching faculty, followed by brief listings of other award winners. Because some awardees were chosen after our deadlines, the September Columns will highlight the President's Medalist and the Brotman Diversity Award winners.
Marsha L. Landolt Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award
Recognizes An Outstanding Faculty Member Who Advises Graduate Students
S. Sterling Munro Public Service Faculty Award
Recognizes A Faculty Member Who Encourgaes Community-Based Instruction
Outstanding Public Service Award
Recognizes a Faculty or Staff Member Rendering Exceptional Public Service
Distinguished Contributions to Lifelong Learning Award
Recognizes a Faculty Member Rendering Exceptional Service to Continuing Education
James D. Clowes Award for Advanced Learning Communities
Recognizes Faculty or Staff Member Who Created or Sustained Advanced Learning Communities Among Students
—This article was written by Seattle free-lancer Renata Birkenbuel, UW Tacoma Writer Jill Carnell and Columns Intern Erin Driscoll, who graduates in June.
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