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Stoler, Tyzbir Among Faculty Receiving Kroepsch-Maurice Awards

By The View Staff Article published August 24, 2006

Five members of the faculty have received 2006 Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Awards, the university’s most prestigious award for classroom instruction. They are:

  • Mark Stoler, professor of history
  • Robert Tyzbir, professor of nutrition and food sciences
  • Valerie Rohy, assistant professor of English
  • Wayne Schneider, associate professor of music
  • Diana Yiqing Sun, lecturer of Asian studies and classics
Each recipient received $1000. Judges for the award consider excellence in instruction, an ability to animate and engage students, innovation in methods, commitment to cultural diversity and excellence in advising. For more information about the program, see Kroepsch-Maurice Excellence in Teaching Awards.

the view will publish a profile of each award-winner during the academic year.