Each year, the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation honors faculty members in Texas colleges and universities for their outstanding achievement in teaching at the collegiate level.
Piper Foundation honorees are well rounded, outgoing teachers who are devoted to their profession and have made a special impact on their students and the community.
Texas State University-San Marcos is proud to have had 18 faculty members chosen as Piper Professors. Only one other university has had more.
|2010||Max Warshauer ||Mathematics |
|2008||Brock Brown ||Geography |
|2007||James Housefield||Art History|
|2005||Byron Dale Augustin||Geography|
|2004||James David Bell||Business|
|2003||Paul Nathan Cohen||English|
|2002||Nancy Feyl Chavkin||Social Work|
|2001||Michael John Hennessy||English|
|1993||Barbara Hatcher||Curriculum and Instruction|
|1988||Beverly Chiodo||Computer Information Systems and Administrative Sciences|
|1979||Henrietta Avent||Health and Physical Education|
|1975||Dan Farlow||Political Science|
|1968||Robert Galvan||Modern Languages|