Steve Sartori
Meredith Professor Barry Davidson works with students in an
engineering lab.

A student-centered institution becomes a model for others in higher education only when it is constantly improving and evolving to meet changing needs. It progresses when faculty members are supported for achieving recognition in their disciplines and for sharing the strategies that lead to outstanding teaching.

Meredith Professorships
In 1995 a bequest from the estate of Dr. L. Douglas Meredith 26 enabled Chancellor Kenneth A. Shaw to create the Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professorships for Teaching Excellence. Each Meredith Professor serves a three-year term and receives a significant stipend plus professional development and department assistance funds. Meredith Professors to date include: Linda Alcoff, College of Arts and Sciences (A&S), William Coplin, Maxwell School and A&S, and William Glavin, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications (1995-98); Samuel Clemence, L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS), and Jerry Evensky, Maxwell School and A&S (1996-99); Shiu-Kai Chin, ECS, and Marvin Druger, A&S (1997-2000); William Banks, College of Law, and Gerardine Clark, College of Visual and Performing Arts (1998-2001); Sari Biklen, School of Education, and Barry Davidson, ECS (1999-2002); Larry Lewandowski, A&S, and Shobha Bhatia, ECS (2000-03); David Bennett, Maxwell School and A&S, and Gerald Mager, School of Education (2001-04).



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