Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer '69 Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring
Brandeis students, faculty, and alumni are invited to nominate outstanding professors for the Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer '69 and Joseph Neubauer Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring, which honors an individual who is involved in the cocurricular and extracurricular life of the campus, and more importantly, has had a significant impact on students lives as an exceptional teacher, mentor, adviser and friend.
Lerman-Neubauer Prize recipients are typically tenured, full-time members of the faculty. The award carries a stipend of $5,000 and will be presented at the faculty meeting on April 10, 2014.
Past winners are:
|2000||Robert Szulkin||Germanic, Slavic, and East Asian Languages|
|2001||Jane Hale||Romance and Comparative Literature|
|2003||William Flesch||English and American Literature|
|2004||Thomas King||English and American Literature|
|2005||Ibrahim K. Sundiata||African and Afro-American Studies and History|
|2006||Ann Koloski-Ostrow||Classical Studies|
|2008||Leonard Muellner||Classical Studies|
|2010||Elizabeth Emma Ferry||Anthropology|
|2011||Richard Gaskins||American Studies and Legal Studies|
|2012||Timothy J. Hickey||Computer Science|