UW-Green Bay has presented a Founders Association Award for Excellence in Teaching annually since 1975. The distinguished list of honorees (nominated and selected over the years by their peers) is by no means complete, but is as good a starting point as any for an informal poll inviting your input on favorite faculty over the years.
“Vote” for a maximum of three. And please share other names in the comment section below if there are others — personal favorites, talented researchers or individuals with relatively brief UWGB teaching careers who nonetheless made an impact — whom you believe deserve special mention.
79 thoughts on “Vote: Award-winning teachers”
Dr. Ronald Stieglitz is surprisingly missing from your list.
The profs who displayed genuine interest in their students (in my experience) were Don Larmouth, Phil Thompson, Dick Bruland among others. They took the time to get to know their students and suggest possible projects, etc. They had extensive knowledge of the fields of information and research.
Harvey J. Kaye
Professer Henze, and Professor Poupart.
Herr Werner Prange….sehr gut!!!
R. McKenna Brown; Steve Dutch; Jeanellyn Schwarzenbach
You’re missing so many great teachers!
Ann (Deprey) Larscheid
Paul Sager and Jim Wiersma were the most influential professors in my career at UWGB.
Don Larmouth and Arthur Corhs were fantastic professors who influenced me greatly!
Where are the Music and Art Profs
and David Damkoehler
Poorly made survey, poor ly contrived web page…..seems like just click bait to harvest email addresses
Dr. Greenberg, Dr. Havens, Dr. Galt. Without question all three had a major impact on who I am today.
I’m certain this is a list of excellent professors. However David Damkoehler is sorely missing. He was, and is to this day, inspirational, brilliant, and an exceptional human being.
An all time great
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