Ten professors have been selected to receive the 2003 Trustee Teaching Award.
This award is presented to full time faculty members who have proven teaching excellence as seen in, enthusiasm about teaching and encouraging classroom discussion. Winners must also clearly demonstrate that their course material reflects the important aspects of the course disciplines and share expertise with colleagues.
This year’s winners are: John Dustman of Merrillville, Biology; Chuck Gallmeier of Gary, Sociology; Mark Hoyert of Valparaiso, Psychology; Iztok Hozo of Valparaiso, Mathematics; Kristin Huysken of Chicago, Geosciences; Lori Montalbano-Phelps of Hammond, Communication; Geoff Schultz of Schererville, Education; Atilla Tuncay of Chesterton, Chemistry; and Roberta Wollons of Hobart, History.
The winners are chosen by the trustee teaching award committee, made up of members of the IU Northwest Faculty Organization.