Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching was established in 1965 through an endowment fund honoring the late M. Herbert and Elsa Bausch Eisenhart to commemorate excellence in teaching. Permanent support for the award was accomplished in 1975.[1]

Recipients

Year Recipient College Date
Sophia Maggelakis[2] College of Science
1970-1971 Lawrence Mothersell[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1974-1975 Robert F. Panara[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1975-1976 Loy Golladay[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1977-1978 Edward Scouten[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1978-1979 Julie J. Cammeron[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1979-1980 B. Edward Cain[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1980-1981 Beverly J. Price DeNard[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1981-1982 Jack Slutzky[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1982-1983 Harry G. Lang[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1983-1984 Donna Gustina[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1985-1986 Peter Haggerty[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1986-1987 Maria Shustorovich[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1988-1989 Paul Peterson[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1989-1990 Robert Keiffer[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1991-1992 Paula Grcevic[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1992-1993 Lorna Mittelman[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1993-1994 Marilyn Mitchell[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1994-1995 Joan Carr[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1995-1996 Jean Douthwright[4] College of Science May 8
1995-1996 Lynette Finton[4][3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf May 8
1995-1996 Mary Sullivan[4] College of Liberal Arts May 8
1996-1997 Donald Bell[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1997-1998 Mary Lou Basile[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
1998-1999 James Mallory[3] National Technical Institute for the Deaf
2002-2003 Tom Frederick[5] College of Science
2002-2003 Michael Peres[5] College of Imaging Arts and Sciences
2002-2003 David Suits[5] College of Liberal Arts
2002-2003 Josef Török[5] Kate Gleason College of Engineering

References

  1. RIT News & Events - October 10, 2002
  2. Sophia Maggelakis
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 NTID Focus - Spring 2000
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 1996: Recipients
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 RIT News & Events - May 16, 2003

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