Outstanding teacher awards announced


Portland State’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hasannounced the winners of the seventh annual John Elliot AllenOutstanding Teacher Awards. Over 300 students helped determine therecipients of the awards. Each winning teacher received an engravedplaque, $500, and a permanent photo on display in the dean’soffice.

Teachers who win the awards are ineligible to win again for twoyears, but despite this six professors won for a second time thisyear and Veronica Dujon, a sociology professor became the first towin for a third time.

Here are this year’s award winners:

Department/Program Professor
1) Anthropology Kenneth Ames
2) Applied Linguistics Lynn Santelmann
3) Biology David Boone
Kenneth Stedman
4) Chemistry Carl Wamser
5) Child and Family Studies Carol Morgaine
6) Communication Jil Freeman
7) Conflict Resolution Barbara Tint
8) Economics Leopoldo Rodriguez
9) English Carol Franks
10) French Claudine Fishe
11) Geography Keith Hadley
12) Geology Christina Hulbe
13) History Katrine Barber
14) International Studies Ridwan Nytagodien
15) Mathematics Karen Marrongelle
16) Philosophy Michael Philips
17) Physics Jun Jiao
18) Psychology Todd Bodner
19) Sociology Veronica Dujon
20) Speech and Hearing Sciences Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann