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Hunter-Hamilton Nomination Information

Is there a professor at Queens whose care and enthusiasm has molded and perhaps has even changed your life? The Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award seeks to honor that professor.

Half of the monetary award will go directly to the individual and half to an academic program or department of the recipient's choosing. Past winners include the most recent recipient, Dr. Michele Shaul (2016),  Rev. Dr. Diane Mowrey (2015), Ms. Ruth Stephenson (2014), Dr. Kent Rhodes (2013), and Dr. Cherie Clark (2012).
 

The following members of Queens' faculty are eligible for the 2017 Hunter Hamilton Love of Teaching Award:

Dimitra Acheson, College of Arts & Sciences

Christine Allegretti, College of Arts & Sciences

John Bennett, McColl School of Business

Janie Best, Blair College of Health

Harry Bowen, McColl School of Business

Jessica Braswell, College of Arts & Sciences

Bradley Brooks, McColl School of Business

Timothy Burson, McColl School of Business

Grace Buttriss, Blair College of Health

Deborah Campbell, College of Arts & Sciences

Alexis  Carreiro, Knight School of Communication

Siulolovao Challons-Lipton, College of Arts & Sciences

Margaret Commins, College of Arts & Sciences

Jolene Correll, Blair College of Health

Steven Cox, McColl School of Business

W. Morris Creech, College of Arts & Sciences

Erin DeBell, College of Arts & Sciences

Carrie DeJaco, College of Arts & Sciences

Linda Dunlap, College of Arts & Sciences

Jennifer Easterwood, College of Arts & Sciences

Mohammed el-Nawawy, College of Arts & Sciences

Rebecca Engen, College of Arts & Sciences

James Foster, McColl School of Business

J. Norris Frederick, College of Arts & Sciences

Lucia Galleno, College of Arts & Sciences

Sarah Griffith, College of Arts & Sciences

Lily Halsted, College of Arts & Sciences

Melinda Harper, College of Arts & Sciences

Suzanne Henderson, College of Arts & Sciences

Jesus Hernandez, Blair College of Health

Annette Hines, Blair College of Health

David Hudson, Blair College of Health

Helen Hull, College of Arts & Sciences

Jayne Johnson, College of Arts & Sciences

Nancy Johnson, College of Arts & Sciences

Joanna Katsanos, College of Arts & Sciences

Mark Kelso, College of Arts & Sciences

Michael Kobre, College of Arts & Sciences

Patricia Koplas, College of Arts & Sciences

Elizabeth Leonard, Blair College of Health

Eric Lien, College of Arts & Sciences

John McArthur III, Knight School of Communication

Andrea McCrary, College of Arts & Sciences

Janice McRorie, Blair College of Health

Debra Miles, Blair College of Health

Teresa Moorman, Blair College of Health

Eric Mullis, College of Arts & Sciences

Daina Nathaniel, Knight School of Communication

Karen Neal, College of Arts & Sciences

Paul Nitsch, College of Arts & Sciences

Teneal Pardue, College of Arts & Sciences

Varvara Pasiali College of Arts & Sciences

Saundra Penn, Blair College of Health

Reed Perkins, College of Arts & Sciences

Tracy Petleski, Blair College of Health

Patrice Petroff, College of Arts & Sciences

Greg Pillar, College of Arts & Sciences

Gary Powell, McColl School of Business

Leanne Pupchek, Knight School of Communication

S. Craig Renfroe, College of Arts & Sciences

John Repede, McColl School of Business

Constance Rhyne-Bray, College of Arts & Sciences

Alexa Royden, College of Arts & Sciences

Laree Schoolmeesters , Blair College of Health

Emily Seelbinder, College of Arts & Sciences

April Sipprell, College of Arts & Sciences

Michael Tarabek, College of Arts & Sciences

Jeffrey Thomas, College of Arts & Sciences

Amy Thornburg, College of Arts & Sciences

W. Andrew Tucker, College of Arts & Sciences

Kimberly Weller, Knight School of Communication

Liliana Wendorff, College of Arts & Sciences

Robert Whalen, College of Arts & Sciences

Zachary White, Knight School of Communication

Jeremiah Wills, College of Arts & Sciences

Michael Wirth, College of Arts & Sciences

Kara Wooten, College of Arts & Sciences

Leina Wu, College of Arts & Sciences

Criteria

To be eligible for the Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award, a nominee must:

  • Be a full-time member having taught at Queens University of Charlotte for at least five years, including any sabbatical leave;
  • Be capable of communicating to students the sheer joy, wonder and awe of learning;
  • Have established a record of contagious enthusiasm for classroom teaching and tutelage;
  • Be dedicated and patient with students, with service to them being of highest priority;
  • Have the ability to stimulate extraordinary accomplishments in students including those with average abilities as well as those with exceptional capabilities;
  • Be able to build self-esteem, self-reliance and instill in students a desire to learn;
  • Have an ability to clarify complex matters for students; and
  • Treat students with dignity and respect as impressionable persons with individual hopes, fears, pains and histories - making every effort to know them by name.

 
To Nominate

Deadline: All nominations must be received no later than March 1, 2016. Those most persuasive letters describe how the nominee embodies the criteria for the award, and will give examples of how this faculty member touched your life. There are two ways to submit your nomination:

1. You may send a detailed letter of recommendation to:
Hunter-Hamilton Search Committee
Academic Affairs Office
Queens University of Charlotte
1900 Selwyn Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28274

2. You may submit your letter by email as an attachment to salmenl@queens.edu.
Your letter of nomination must include your name, contact information, and your class year if you are an alumnus or current student.

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