Don and Chris Kerr Cawthorne Award

The Cawthorne Excellence in Teaching Award, established in 1988 by Don and Chris Kerr Cawthorne, is presented each academic year to a full time faculty member of Georgetown College.

This award gives faculty an opportunity to focus their attention on that aspect of the college which faculty deems most important – excellence in teaching. All faculty members invest a large portion of themselves in this endeavor and the success of these efforts, in large part, is intertwined in the success of the Georgetown College faculty as a whole.

The award recipient is announced by June 1st of each year.

Recipients

  • 2013 – Rick Kopp
  • 2012 – Brad Hadaway
  • 2011 – Did not give award
  • 2010 – Doug Griggs
  • 2009 – Ed Smith
  • 2008 – Karyn McKenzie
  • 2007 – Mark Johnson
  • 2006 – Barbara Burch
  • 2005 – Pete LaRue
  • 2004 – George McGee
  • 2003 – Rebecca Powell
  • 2002 – Rosemary Allen
  • 2001 – Paul Redditt
  • 2000 – Christine Leverenz
  • 1999 – Patricia Cooper & Lindsey Apple
  • 1998 – Keon Chi
  • 1997 – Joe Lunceford
  • 1996 – Daniel Tilford
  • 1995 – Austin French
  • 1994 – Margaret Greynolds
  • 1993 – John Blackburn
  • 1992 – Gwen Curry
  • 1991 – Steven May
  • 1990 – James Heizer
  • 1989 – Frank Wiseman


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