Outstanding Teaching Award
Each year, the University Honors Student Association in conjunction with the University Honors Program recognize an Honors faculty member for teaching excellence.
Every Spring semester, a UHSA subcommittee distributes a list of eligible professors and asks students to nominate an Honors faculty member.The subcommittee then narrows down the list of nominees to the top three candidates. Voting typically occurs in April and the winner is honored during the Spring Honors Graduation Ceremony. Winners are presented with a certificate and their names are added to the Outstanding Teaching Award plaque, which is displayed in the Provost's office.
Congratulations to Our 2011 Outstanding Teaching Award Winner, Dr. Susan McFadden!
Two members of the University Honors Student Association, Alyssa Brunner and Shane Conner, made the announcement at the Honors Graduation Ceremony on Monday, May 7, 2012. Because Dr. McFadden was attending a conference that afternoon, she was presented with the award later that week at the African American Studies Minor Ceremony.
Dr. McFadden (Psychology Department 1985-2012) taught Honors 175, Honors 271 and 272, Honors 475, as well as Honors Psychology 104. She retired from UW Oshkosh in Spring 2012 and will be greatly missed!