What is this award?
Team-teaching is a crucial dynamic of intellectual community. A great way for honors students to pursue inquiry and learn constructive argument is to witness and join lively conversations between professors who bring different educations and interests to important questions. Professor Lane Davis excelled at team teaching, and this award, named in his honor, recognizes and encourages faculty to team teach honors students.
How is the winner selected?
The Honors Professional Staff review student course evaluations to select awardees. Presentation of this award is contingent upon the availability of team-taught honors course offerings.
Past Award Recipients
Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science
Associate Professor, Art & Art History
Assistant Professor, Psychological & Quantitative Foundations
Associate Professor, Chemistry
Janet A. Fairley
Chair, John S. Strauss Professor, Professor of Dermatology
Associate Professor, Department of Biology
Tori Z. Forbes
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
Assistant Professor, Geography and Sustainability Sciences
Visiting Assistant Professor, Geography and Sustainability Sciences
Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Geography and Sustainability Sciences
No Eligible Candidates; No Award Given
Senior Lecturer, Chemistry
Professor & Chair, Sociology
Professor & Chair, Statistics & Actuarial Science
Associate Professor, History
Assistant Professor, Political Science
Kenneth G. Brown
Professor, Management and Organizations
Associate Professor, Management and Organizations
Professor, Interdisciplinary Studies
Edward A. Wasserman
Associate Professor, Political Science
Professor, Political Science