2014-2015 Teaching Academy Induction and Recognition
The Purdue University Teaching Academy honored 11 faculty members and teaching assistants in ceremonies on Sept. 24, in recognition of their outstanding and scholarly teaching in graduate, undergraduate, or engagement programs.
In addition to the five Murphy Award recipients who are automatically inducted into the Teaching Academy, four new Fellows from the university faculty, and two Associate members from graduate teaching assistants, instructors or other teaching staff, were selected from the pool of nominees.
The new Teaching Academy Fellows are:
Monica Cardella – Engineering Education – College of Engineering
Pamela Karagory – Nursing – College of Health and Human Sciences
Christopher Lukasik – English – College of Liberal Arts
Vicki Simpson – nursing – College of Health and Human Sciences
The new Teaching Academy Associates are:
Lindsey Payne – Environmental & Ecological Engineering/Ecological Sciences and Engineering Graduate Program – College of Engineering
Kyle Vealey – English – College of Liberal Arts
The 2014 Murphy Award recipients honored as Teaching Academy Fellows are:
David Eichinger – Curriculum Instruction – College of Education
Kathleen C. Howell – Aeronautics and Astronautics – College of Engineering
Cynthia Bozich Keith – School of Nursing – College of Health & Human Sciences
Suzanne Nielsen – Food Science – College of Agriculture
Jason Weiss – Civil Engineering – College of Engineering
Photo caption: Purdue Teaching Academy members recognized during ceremonies Sept. 24, 2014, were, from left: (back) Lindsey Payne, Vicki Simpson, David Eichinger, Cynthia Bozich Keith, Christopher Lukasik, and Jason Weiss; (front) Kathleen Howell, Monica Cardella, Pamela Karagory, Kyle Vealey and Suzanne Nielsen.
2014-2015 Teaching Academy Awardee Videos
The 11 outstanding instructors recognized by the Teaching Academy share their innovative ideas on engaging students and facilitating learning on the Purdue West Lafayette campus. (Listed alphabetically.)
Ecological Sciences and Engineering