Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring
The Jeanette Lerman-Neubauer '69 and Joseph Neubauer Prize for Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring honors an individual — typically a tenure, full-time faculty member — 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.
The prize, which carries a stipend of $5,000, is presented annually at the April faculty meeting.
Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are invited to submit nominations. The recipient is selected by the Dean of Arts and Sciences upon the recommendation of a committee that includes two students appointed by the Student Union and two previous Lerman-Neubauer recipients in consultation with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Decisions are based on nomination letters, teaching evaluations, Faculty Activity Reports and CVs. Nominations are due in March 1, 2023.
- "She has made herself available over email, after class, before class, during class and more. She has always helped with brainstorming for papers, giving ideas for jobs and career paths and anything else we have asked of her."
- "Prof. Greenlee has grown to feel like a mentor to me who has supported and advocated for my success. She constantly goes above and beyond to connect students to resources."
- "Her passion for teaching about marginalized, underrepresented groups in American political institutions is palpable from every carefully assigned reading and every thought provoking lecture."
|2019||Elizabeth Brainerd||Economics; Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies|
|2017||Adrianne Krstansky||Theater Arts|
|2012||Timothy Hickey||Computer Science|
|2011||Richard Gaskins||American Studies, Legal Studies|
|2010||Elizabeth Emma Ferry||Anthropology|
|2008||Leonard Muellner||Classical Studies|
|2006||Ann Koloski-Ostrow||Classical Studies|
|2005||Ibrahim Sundiata||African and Afro-American Studies; History|
|2004||Thomas King||English, American Literature|
|2003||William Flesch||English, American Literature|
|2001||Jane Hale||Romance and Comparative Literature|
|2000||Robert Szulkin||Germanic, Slavic and East Asian Languages|