Center for Faculty Development Awards
On May 2, 2019, UHCL faculty were honored at the Center for Faculty Development Awards. These awards are held annually by the Center to promote and sustain a campus culture that values intellectual inquiry, scholarship, and creative engagement. Here are the winners for the 2018-19 academic year at UHCL, as well as a list of faculty honored for teaching over 1000, 2500, and 5000 students during their time here at our university!
New Faculty Awards
Recognizing new faculty who have performed at a very high level on either teaching, research, or service before they apply for promotion.
Teaching Award – Neal Dugre
Research Award – Jiang Lu
Service Award – Xioajun "Gene" Shan
Texas Research & Scholarship Award
Recognizing faculty for high level of scholarship on topics concerning the state of Texas.
Using the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) 7 Nonverbal Battery to Identify the Gifted/Talented: An Investigation of Demographic Effects and Norming Plans - Carol Carman & Christine Walther
Instructional Innovation Award
Recognizing faculty who stimulate a spirit of experimentation and creativity in trying out new ideas to enhance teaching and learning in specific, practical, and generalizable ways.
Learning through Simulation: Professional Socialization of Communication Students – Anna Klyueva
Breakout Boxes in (and out of) the Classroom - Carol Carman
“Go to 11” Award
Awarded to faculty who earned 11 or more credits for activities sponsored by the Center for Faculty Development.
Xiaojun "Gene" Shan
Number of Students Taught
Honoring faculty members who have taught 1,000, 2,500, and 5,000 students since their hire date at UHCL.
Faculty who have taught 5,000+ students
L. Jean Walker
Faculty who have taught 2,500+ students
Faculty who have taught 1,000+ students
Susan Basso McCauley
Charles Philips, Jr.
CFD Staff Appreciation Award
Awarded annually to a distinguished staff member who has shown outstanding excellence and superior performance to assist the Center for Faculty Development accomplish goals throughout the year.
Lea Black, Division Business Administrator