Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching
All members of the Gustavus community are invited to nominate a faculty member for the Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching. (Past award winners are listed below.)
Nominations should include examples and details to support the nomination. These details might illustrate:
- The faculty member's excellence in his/her discipline
- The faculty member's success in generating enthusiasm, insight and thought in classrooms, studios and laboratories
- Practices that show the faculty member to be creative, stimulating or responsive
- Teaching that is especially collaborative, supportive, or innovative
- Mentoring and advising that inspire academic excellence
- Support for student research, scholarship and creativity
- The basis of your special respect for this person's teaching
The Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching is the highest honor granted to a member of the Gustavus faculty. It represents a broadly shared desire to celebrate one teacher in each academic year who has demonstrated truly outstanding effort, accomplishment, and dedicated service to Gustavus students' best educational interests.
Your vote and accompanying comments are highly valued in this process. We encourage you to invest a few minutes to recognize someone who has made a powerful difference at Gustavus.
The following is a list of previous winners. Please nominate someone who has not previously received the award. (Those currently on the faculty are indicated in bold print.
|2012||Alisa Rosenthal||Political Science|
|2010||Leila Brammer||Communication Studies|
|2008||Richard Leitch||Political Science|
|2005||Robert Gardner||Theatre and Dance|
|2002||Max Hailperin||Computer Science|
|1996||Christopher Gilbert||Political Science|
|1993||Ronald Christenson||Political Science|
|1989||Linnea Wren||Art and Art History|
|1983||Nancy Baker||Health and Exercise Science|
|1978||Kyle Montague||Economics and Management|