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2004 Faculty

Teaching Award Winners

Suzanne Bakken
Alumni Professor of the School of Nursing and Professor of Biomedical Informatics
School of Nursing and Department of Biomedical Informatics

She works tirelessly to integrate biomedical informatics into our nursing curriculum and to prepare our students to engage in safe, evidence-based nursing.

Amanda Claybaugh
Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Department of English and Comparative Literature


With skill and intellectual generosity, she teaches her students to read works of literature critically, to reason analytically, and to write clearly.

E. Tory Higgins
Stanley Schachter Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology


A distinguished scholar of social psychology, he has also exercised a formative influence over his students and has helped to shape our programs through his curricular innovations.

Patricia O'Toole
Lecturer in Writing in the School of the Arts
School of the Arts


The mainstay of our nonfiction writing program, she engages her students in the act of discovery while giving them the grounding in research methods they need to succeed.

P. Michael Tuts
Professor of Physics
Department of Physics


He skillfully trains graduate students for careers in elementary particle physics while introducing undergraduates to the excitement of his discipline.



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