Purpose: The Advisory Board Award for Teaching was established in May, 1988 to recognize that faculty member who, in the opinion of students, alumni and colleagues, truly fills the role of an effective teacher.
Eligibility: Any faculty member who has completed three years or more (at least four semesters) of undergraduate teaching at Penn State Scranton as of the judging date is eligible. Previous recipients of the award are ineligible for a period of five years.
Previous recipients include:
- Megan Van Etten, 2022
- Corianne Thompson, 2021
- Kara Stone, 2020
- Kelly Wagers, 2019
- Margret Hatch, 2018
Selection Procedure: The Teaching Award Committee will select the award recipient from among all nominees.
Nominate a Faculty Member:
Any member of the student body, faculty, alumni, administration, or an officially-chartered student organization of the campus may nominate a faculty member for the award. Complete and submit the nomination form below to the Chancellor's Office by March 31, 2023.
Provide a brief statement that explains why the instructor should receive this award. Nominators may wish to comment on the methods of instruction, organization of content, provision for student participation, attitude of instructor, availability outside of the classroom, encouragement of independent thinking, or communication of a body of material. Nominees are generally all excellent teachers, so an effective nomination will articulate and explain the qualities that make this instructor genuinely outstanding.