John R. Hood Honors Professor of the Year
The John R. Hood Honors Professor of the Year is chosen by honors students and awarded to a professor who has taught an honors class in the fall or spring semester. As we aim to provide a laboratory for innovative teaching that leads to undergraduate research and transformations in students' perceptions, this award is made to professors who have had an impact on honors students.
Please nominate one of your Fall 2017/Spring 2018 honors professor below, and briefly explain why you are choosing that professor.
Mary Lou Bishop Staff Advisor of the Year
Mary Lou Bishop served as administrative assistant in the Honors College from 1985 to 1996, when she retired. She deserves much of the credit for forming the Honors College into a place that welcomes students and makes them feel at home. Since 1996, this award has been given to staff members nominated by honors students for being helpful, outgoing, and good listeners.
Please name the staff member that you would like to nominate for the Mary Lou Bishop Staff Advisor of The Year below, and briefly explain why you are choosing that individual.
Stephany Goodbread Faculty Advisor of the Year
The Stephany Goodbread Faculty Advisor of the Year award recognizes a faculty member who has been particularly helpful to honors students in an advising or mentoring role. Named after the late Stephany Goodbread, the award provides the opportunity for honors students to acknowledge faculty members from across the campus.
Stephany Goodbread served as the first assistant director in the Honors College before retiring in 1993. She helped establish the Honors College as a place where students' academic efforts are recognized and encouraged, where faculty and staff urge students to stretch, risk and find their element. Stephany Goodbread was known for her sense of humor, her compassion and her willingness to spend time with students. She passed away in December 2010.
Please name the faculty member that you would like to nominate for the Stephany Gooodbread Faculty Advisor of The Year below, and briefly explain why you are choosing that professor.