Vote for Your Favorite Instructor
Donna Zils Banfield
Here is your opportunity to nominate an outstanding instructor
teaching in the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies
with the Haskell Distinguished Teaching Award.
You are urged to submit a nomination for a faculty member you feel is
deserving of this award. Please observe the following guidelines.
- You may nominate only one faculty member during a current year.
- Nominations must address at least two of the following: class
presentation, ability to motivate students, and/or course content.
About the Haskell Award
The Haskell Memorial Award for Distinguished Teaching was established in memory of William Haskell, who taught at the University for many years and was revered among students for his teaching. Each year, the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies solicits nominations and selects a faculty member who personifies the spirit and teaching excellence of the award's namesake. Last year's Haskell Award for Distinguished Teaching was presented to Associate Professor Keith Mitchell from the University's English Department.
2020 Haskell Award for Distinguished Teaching Nomination Form
Deadline for Submission: March 30, 2020
The Awards Committee selecting the winner will consist of one student
representative, one alumni, one faculty member, and two
administrators/staff. If you are interested in serving on this
committee, please give us a call at the Faculty & Student Support Center,
The recipient will be presented with the award at the Alpha Sigma
Lambda Honor Society induction ceremony on April 22, 2020.