English Faculty Winners of the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching

The Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching is Ohio State University's most eminent teaching prize. Nominations are solicited from present and former students and colleagues, and a committee of alumni, students, and faculty selects the winners. Each year, ten Alumni Award winners are chosen from among the university's 8,000-some faculty. Bestowal of the award includes automatic admission into the university's Academy of Teaching, which provides leadership in the mission of providing excellent instruction across campus.

The Department of English is proud to recognize our many faculty recipients of this award:

  • 2016 – Elizabeth Kolkovich | Amy Shuman
  • 2015 – Christopher Highley
  • 2013 – Evonne Halasek | Erin McGraw
  • 2012 – David Herman
  • 2011 – Jennifer Higginbotham
  • 2008 – Elizabeth Renker
  • 2007 – James Phelan
  • 2006 – Lee Martin
  • 2005 – Anne Bower
  • 2004 – Lee Abbott | Linda Mizejewski
  • 1999 – Scott DeWitt | Michelle Herman
  • 1990 – Lisa Kiser
  • 1989 – Marlene Longenecker
  • 1985 – Ernest Lockridge | John Sena
  • 1982 – Morris Beja
  • 1981 – David Citino
  • 1978 – Marlene Longenecker
  • 1976 – David Frantz
  • 1975 – John Sena
  • 1974 – Barbara Rigney
  • 1973 – James Kincaid
  • 1966 – Gordon Grigsby
  • 1965 – James Fullington
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