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2012-2013 Teaching Scholars

2011-2012 Teaching Scholars

2010-2011 Teaching Scholars

  • Karen Dalke, Democracy and Justice Studies
  • Greg Davis, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Carol Emmons, Art and Design
  • Doreen Higgins, Socail Work
  • Chuck Rybak, Humanistic Studies
  • Sarah Rinfret, Public and Environmental Affairs

2009-2010 Teaching Scholars

  • Kimberly Baker, Human Biology
  • Timothy Dale, Social Change and Development
  • Regan Gurung, Human Development, Co-Director
  • Julie Lukesh, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • David Radosevich, Business Administration
  • Denise Scheberle, Public and Environmental Affairs, Co-Director
  • Christine Vandenhouten, Nursing Program

2008-2009 Teaching Scholars I

  • Adolfo Garcia, Information and Computing Science
  • Mark Kiehn, Education
  • Katia Levintova, Public and Environmental Affairs
  • Chris Smith, Human Development
  • Jennifer Zapf, Human Development

2007 - 2008 Teaching Scholars I

  • Jolanda Sallmann, Social Work
  • Kathleen Burns, Human Development

2007 - 2008 Teaching Scholars II

  • Laurel Phoenix, Social Change and Development
  • Sarah Meredith, Arts & Visual Design
  • Greg Aldrete, Humanistic Studies
  • David Coury, Humanistic Studies
  • Ellen Rosewall, Arts & Visual Design

2006 - 2007 Teaching Scholars I

  • Lucy Arendt, Business Administration
  • Ryan Martin, Human Development
  • Jill White, Human Development

2006 - 2007 Teaching Scholars II

  • Andrew Austin, Social Change and Development
  • Peter Breznay, Information and Computing
  • Heidi Fencl, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Hye-Kyung Kim, Philosophy

2005 - 2006 Teaching Scholars I

2005 - 2006 Teaching Scholars II

2004 - 2005 Teaching Scholars I

  • Scott Ashmann, Education
  • Craig Hanke, Human Biology and Biology
  • John Plier, Communication and the Arts and Music
  • Bryan Vescio, Humanistic Studies and English
  • David Voelker, Humanistic Studies and History

2004 - 2005 Teaching Scholars II

  • Clifford Abbott, Information and Computing Science
  • Scott Furlong, Public and Environmental Affairs
  • Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies
  • Catherine Henze, Humanistic Studies
  • Jennifier Mokren, Communication and the Arts
  • Illene Noppe, Human Development
  • Georjeanna Wilson-Doenges, Urban and Regional Studies

2003 - 2004 Teaching Scholars I

  • Peter Breznay, Information and Computing Science
  • Colleen Fitzpatrick, Information and Computing Science
  • Franklin Chen, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Kevin Fermanich, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Alison Gates, Communication and the Arts
  • Meir Russ, Business Administration
  • Kristin Vespia, Human Development

2002 - 2003 Teaching Scholars I

  • Troy Abel, Public and Environmental Affairs
  • Denise Bartell, Human Development
  • Heidi Fencl, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Steve Meyer, Natural and Applied Sciences
  • Namji Kim, Communication and the Arts
  • Ellen Rosewall, Communication and the Arts
  • Sonia Maruenda, Humanistic Studies

2001 - 2002 Teaching Scholars I

  • Andrew Austin, Social Change and Development
  • Rosemary Christensen, Humanistic Studies/American Indian Studies
  • John Katers, Natural and Applied Sciences/Engineering
  • Timothy Kaufman, Education
  • Kari Beth Krieger, Human Biology
  • Laurel Phoenix, Public and Environmental Affairs
  • Jennifer Popiel, Humanistic Studies
  • Linda Tabers-Kwak, Education
  • Dean Von Dras, Human Development
  • Marion Weedermann, Natural and Applied Sciences

2000 - 2001 Teaching Scholars I

  • Janice Cusano, Music and Education
  • Andrew Fiala, Humanistic Studies
  • Regan Gurung, Human Development 
  • Aeron Haynie, Humanistic Studies
  • Hye-Kyung Kim, Humanistic Studies
  • Jennifer Mokren, Communication and the Arts
  • Steven Muzatko, Business Administration
  • Kim Nielsen, Social Change and Development
  • Tara Reed-Andersen, Natural and Applied Sciences