“Teaching is most fundamentally about creating human relationships in the classroom.”
Matthew J. Moore, Ph.D.
Distinguished Teaching Award, 2013 - 2014
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
“Good research mentoring is inherited in academia. So to say, if you had outstanding mentors early in your career, it is more likely that you will enjoy doing it also.”
Michael Groziak, Ph.D.
Outstanding Mentor of Students, 2013 - 2014
CSU East Bay
“There’s nothing more satisfying to me as an educator than presenting a concept in class and the discussion evolves into one of those moments when I realize, ‘they get it!’”
Marie Palladini, JD
Lyle E. Gibson Distinguished Teacher Award, 2014
CSU Dominguez Hills
Jianjun Wang, Ph.D.
Growing up during the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Professor Jianjun Wang learned not to blindly trust authority. The combination of boldness and curiosity led him to discover scientific mistakes in a National Science Foundation-funded study that cost U.S. taxpayers more than $51 million.
Dianne Philibosian, Ph.D.
“Dr. Philibosian’s ability to rally together the campus community around the issues of health and wellbeing has invigorated research activities, improved the provision of health services, and has created an extensive community of practice around initiatives related to wellbeing,” said Dr. David Boyns
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