During Liberty’s 2014 Commencement Ceremony, President Jerry Falwell honored the winners of this year’s President’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching. This is the fourth year these awards have been presented. Recipients are formally honored at Commencement and receive monetary gifts to demonstrate Liberty’s commitment to outstanding teaching in both residential and online classrooms. Winners are chosen from a pool of nominees by committees comprised of deans from seven academic areas.
Read their biographies at www.Liberty.edu/News.
First Place: Brian Campbell, Assistant Professor, Center for Counseling & Family Studies
Second Place: Linnaya Graf, Instructor and Instructional Mentor, School of Health Sciences
Third Place: James A. Swezey, Associate Professor, Graduate Education, School of Education
First Place: Jessil Barboza Fuhr, Instructional Mentor, Liberty University en Español, School of Religion
Second Place: Audrey Lynn Mayberry, Instructor of English and Instructional Mentor, College of General Studies
Third Place: Danielle Plomaritas, Adjunct Instructor, College of General Studies
First Place: Edna Udobong, Assistant Professor of Law, Liberty University School of Law
Second Place: Michael Davis, Associate Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences
First Place: John E. Marselus, Associate Professor, School of Aeronautics
Second Place: Nicole Thorn, Program Director and Assistant Professor of American Sign Language and Interpreting, English and Modern Languages, College of Arts & Sciences
Third Place: Donna Donald, Assistant Professor of History, College of General Studies