Faculty Awards and Honors
The title of Regents' Professor is awarded to a very select group of full-time faculty with an outstanding record of commitment to the University; who have demonstrated true excellence in all three areas of University expectation: instruction, scholarship, and service; and who have demonstrated distinctive impact through their work as a faculty member.
|Anya Jabour||2016||History||U.S. women's history|
|Ragan M. Callaway||2014||DBS||Ecology|
|Fred Allendorf (Emeritus)||2004||DBS||Population genetics and conservation|
|William W. Woessner (Emeritus)||2004||Geosciences||Basic and applied hydrogeology|
|Albert Borgmann (Emeritus)||1996||Philosophy||Philosophy of society and culture with particular emphasis on technology|
|Paul Lauren (Emeritus)||1991||History||Diplomacy, international relations, and Human rights|
The Helen and Winston Cox Educational Excellence Award was established to encourage and reward junior faculty members in the area of teaching. Criteria for evaluation include superior teaching, student advising and mentoring; accessibility to students beyond normal office hours; scholarly and professional activity; and campus/community service.
Previous Cox Award Recipients
|Cory Palmer||2016||Mathematical Sciences|
The Award was established to recognize faculty members for their excellence in teaching at all levels of the curriculum. Criteria for evaluation include superior teaching at both the upper (300+) and lower (100-200) levels of the curriculum, student advising and mentoring, and accessibility to students beyond normal office hours. This award is presented by the H&S Advisory Board.
|Stephen Yoshimura||2015||Communication Studies|
|Erick Greene||2014||Divison of Biological Sciences|
|Nate McCrady||2013||Physics & Astronomy|
Supported by the David B. Friend Memorial Fund, this award was established to recognize excellence in teaching by non-tenure-track faculty members teaching our introductory courses. Nominee must be at least a .5 FTE non-tenure-track faculty member in any department or program in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Criteria for evaluation in descending order of importance are: Superior teaching at the fundamental (100-200) levels of the curriculum, student advising and mentoring (especially at the undergraduate level); accessibility to students beyond normal office hours. Though emphasis will be placed on excellence in teaching broadly, accomplishment in the other areas is a plus.
|Michael Cassens||2016||Computer Science|
|Lauren Fern||2015||Mathematical Sciences|
|Diane Friend||2015||Physics & Astronomy|
The Baldridge Book Subvention Fund supports the publishing of scholarly books by H&S faculty in the areas of African American Studies, Economics, English, History, Liberal Studies, Linguistics, Modern and Classical Languages & Literatures, Native American Studies, Philosophy and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies. This fund is meant to support costs that an author may be obligated to pay to a publisher in order to accomplish production. Examples of such costs include photograph reproductions, translations and indexing.
The Toelle-Bekken Family Memorial Fund was established to honor the memories of J. Howard Toelle, a long-time faculty member in the School of Law (1926-1956), and Charlotte Toelle Bakken, a student (1940-1944) and alumna of the undergraduate program at the University of Montana. Both were deeply committed to the value of education and to the value of an energetic and inquisitive faculty. Faculty development opportunities were of special interest to them based on lifelong association with academic pursuits. The Fund provides modest support to innovative research proposals submitted by the students and faculty in the Division of Biological Sciences, the Department of Anthropology, the Department of Chemistry, the Department of Geosciences, and the Alexander Blewitt III School of Law. Students and faculty must be enrolled/employed at UM for the following academic year to be eligible.
Annual Deadline: early-March