Walzer Award for Teaching
The Michael L. Walzer '56 Award for Teaching is given annually to a tenure-track faculty member who combines superlative scholarship with inspired teaching.
Charles (Corky) Goodman Chair in Middle East History
- "In no classroom is the dedication to students more clear than in Professor Sohrabi's. She puts her students’ understanding and participation above all else. Since Professor Sohrabi's passion is for both subject and student, she makes the effort to make what she cares about understandable to the people for whom she cares."
- "Professor Sohrabi is extremely good at making sure her students understand difficult concepts. She is inspiring."
- "Professor Sohrabi is not only a brilliant professor, but she gives her students the tools to think brilliantly as well. She creates a space filled with a variety of different voices and arguments. She not only stimulates interest in everything she teaches, but asks us to think critically about everything we learn and to formulate counter-perspectives."
|2017||Derron Wallace||Education, Sociology|
|2016||Jasmine Johnson||African and African American Studies; Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies|
|2011||Tory Fair||Fine Arts|
|2010||Maura Jane Farrelly||American Studies|
|2009||Peter Kalb||Fine Arts|
|2007||Adrianne Krstansky||Theater Arts|
|2006||Donald Katz||Psychology, Neuroscience|
|2002||ChaeRan Freeze||Near Eastern and Judaic Studies|
|2000||Michael Randall||Romance and Comparative Literature|
|1998||No prize awarded|
|1996||Lynette Bosch||Fine Arts|
|1993||Mary Campbell||English and American Literature|
|1991||Marc Brettler||Near Eastern and Judaic Studies|
|1990||Philip Harper||English and American Literature|
|1989||William Flesch||English and American Literature|
|1988||Helena Michie||English and American Literature|
|1985||James Merod||English and American Literature|
|1984||Martha Morrison||Classical Studies|