Faculty Honors for Excellence in Teaching

Sent Monday, May 7, 2018

To the Campus Community:

As the academic year comes to a close, I am pleased to announce that the following members of the Rutgers University–Camden faculty have received honors for excellence in teaching, service, and research:

The annual Chancellor’s Awards for Teaching Excellence for Full-Time Faculty will be presented to Dr. Kate Cairns (assistant professor, FASC-childhood studies), Prof. Victoria Chase (clinical associate professor, RLAW), Dr. Shauna Shames (assistant professor, FASC-political science), and Dr. Chester Spell (professor, SBC-management). In each case, the selection committee noted the exemplary commitment to teaching displayed by the recipient.

This year, we created the Chancellor’s Awards for Teaching Excellence for Part-Time Faculty to celebrate the outstanding contributions of our part-time educators. I am happy to report that the inaugural recipients of this honor are Prof. Robin Cogan (part-time lecturer, SNC) and Dr. Cameron Whitley (part-time lecturer, FASC-gender studies).

The annual Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching will be presented to Prof. Ruth Anne Robbins (distinguished clinical professor, RLAW), who was cited for her dedication to mentoring and inspiring students.

Each of these faculty members will receive their awards at upcoming ceremonies determined by their respective academic deans.

These awards exemplify the exceptional commitment to teaching and mentoring our students that occurs every day here at Rutgers University–Camden. Please join me in congratulating our colleagues on a job well done.

Phoebe A. Haddon, J.D., LL.M.

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