Recipients of the Excellence in Teaching Award

History of the Excellence in Teaching Award

Sonoma State University initiated the Excellence in Teaching Award in 1997. It has been generously funded through the years by the Sarlo Foundation, Wayne R. Rolands and Bernie and Estelle Goldstein. Since the 2009 - 2010 year, funding for only one award has been available. In years when additional funding is available, two awards will be given.

 
Year Recipient Recipient
1997 - 1998 William Poe, Anthropology Daniel Markwyn, History
1998 - 1999 Susan McKillop, Art HIstory Saeid Rahimi, Physics & Astronomy
1990- 2000 Brian Jersky, Mathematics Susan Moulton, Art History
2000 – 2001 Marilyn Cannon, Biology Kim Hester-Williams, English
2001 – 2002 Jean Bee Chan, Mathematics Leilani NIshime, American Multicultural Studies
2002 – 2003 Maria Hess, Psychology William Barnier, Mathematics
2004 – 2005 Susan Herring, Mathematics Alexandra Von Meier, Environmental Studies and Planning
2005 – 2006 Elizabeth Martinez, Modern Languages & Literature Bryant Hichwa, Physics & Astronomy
2006 - 2007 Suzanne Toczyski, Modern Languages & Literature Lynn Stauffer, Computer Science
2007 - 2008 Patricia Kim-Rajal, Chicano and Latino Studies Sunil Tiwari, Mathematics
2008 - 2009 Carmen Works, Chemistry Robert Train, Modern Lanaguages & Literature
2009 - 2010 Karin Enstam Jaffe, Anthropology  
2010 - 2011 Daniel Melero Malpica, Chicano and Latino Studies  
2011 - 2012 Steven Farmer, Chemistry  
2012 - 2013 Maureen Buckley, Counseling  
2013-2014 Brantley Bryant, English