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The Joseph R. Accinno Teaching Award 

The Joseph R. Accinno Faculty Teaching Award is presented annually to the faculty member who best exhibits excellence in teaching, passion and enthusiasm for learning, and genuine concern for students' academic and personal growth. The award program is administered by the Center for Teaching Excellence and the Teaching Award Selection Committee (TASC). The recipient receives a cash stipend, is formally acknowledged at the College's Academic Convocation in September, and has his or her name inscribed on a plaque that is permanently displayed in Phillips Memorial Library. 

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The 2013-14 Joseph R. Accinno Teaching Award Recipient will be announced soon!


Past Teaching Award Recipients

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2011-12

Chard deNiord

Click on recipients' names to read their reflective thoughts on teaching.

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2012-13

Dr. Susan Skawinski​

Dr. Mark Hyde
2010-11
Dr. Mark Hyde

 

Dr. Nuria Alonso Garcia
2009-10
Dr. Nuria Alonso Garcia

Dr. Charles Toth
2008-09
Dr. Charles Toth

 Dr. Robert Hackey
2007-08
Dr. Robert Hackey


2006-07
Dr. Margaret Manchester


2005-06
Dr. Marian Mattison


2004-05
Dr. Vance Morgan

2003-04
Dr. Stephen Lynch


2002-03
Dr. Joseph Cammarano

 

 

​Teaching Award Selection Committee 2013-2014


Nuria Alonso García, Chair, Foreign Language Studies
Charles TothBiology, Faculty Senate Appointee
Denise Godin, Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Dean's Office
Laurie Grupp, Elementary/Special Education, Center for Teaching Excellence (ex officio)
Chard deNiord, English
Susan Skawinski, Elementary/Special Education

Student Member(s)​:

Charles Rainville, '16
Leslie Raygoza, '16

 
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