The fifth annual Goergen Awards for Distinguished Achievement and Artistry
in Undergraduate Teaching were presented to faculty members and academic programs
during the College's Convocation last September.
Receiving faculty awards were:
Curt Cadorette, John Henry Newman Associate Professor of Roman Catholic Studies
in the Department of Religion and Classics, who has taught at Rochester since
Thomas Hahn, professor in the Department of English, a faculty member since
Michael Scott, professor in the Department of Computer Science, a member of
the faculty since 1985.
John Tarduno, professor and chair of the Department of Earth and Environmental
Science since 1993.
The College Writing Program, which provides students with writing instruction
by specially trained graduate students, received the Goergen Award for Curricular
Achievement in Undergraduate Education.
Richard Aslin, professor in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
and in the Center for Visual Science, and director of the Center for Language
Sciences, received the Goergen Award for Distinguished Contributions to Undergraduate
Learning. He has taught at the University since 1984.
The Goergen Awards are named for and sponsored by Robert Goergen '60, chairman
of the University's Board of Trustees, and his wife, Pamela.
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