English Undergraduate Professor of the Year
Have you had an English professor this past year who demonstrated remarkable commitment to students, taught a class in a truly unique and interesting way, or in some respect went above and beyond the call of duty to give students an exceptional learning experience?
If so, cast your vote for the English Undergraduate Professor of the Year and English Undergraduate Auxiliary Professor of the Year awards. These awards honor professors who have made significant impact upon the English undergraduate student body.
It only takes a few seconds to make your choice for who most deserves these prestigious distinctions. You can also submit comments detailing the professor’s particular merits and explaining your decision.
Thank you for voting. Please check back next year to nominate your English professor(s)!
Professor of the Year Awards will be announced at the 2014 English Awards Ceremony. Please check back soon to see who are this year’s winners!
2013-2014 winners: Dr. Elizabeth Hewitt for the Professor of the Year Award, and Dr. John Moe for the Auxiliary Professor of the Year Award.
2012-2013 winners: Professor Christopher Highley for the Professor of the Year Award, and Professor Morris Beja for the Auxiliary Professor of the Year Award.