In an unprecedented year, three faculty members in the Department of History have won significant campus-wide and college teaching awards.
Professor Christopher V. Hill, who teaches and researches in the field of the history of India and environmental history, won the campus-wide competition for the Faculty Assembly’s 2012 Outstanding Teaching Award.
Professor Janet Myers, a resident specialist in early modern European history, garnered the campus-wide Faculty Assembly’s 2012 Outstanding Instructor Award.
Professor G. Carole Woodall, whose teaching and scholarship focuses on the formation of modern identities in the late-Ottoman and early Turkish republican periods, earned the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences’ 2012 Outstanding Teaching Award.
Please join us in congratulating Professors Christopher V. Hill, Janet Myers, and G. Carole Woodall for their outstanding commitment to excellence in teaching.