Each year, awards are presented to members of Barnard’s faculty for their outstanding commitment to teaching. We are pleased to announce this year's recipients. Congratulations to all!
Walter Neumann, Professor and Chair of Mathematics
A new award, nominated and selected by students, honors a faculty member who has made a sustained contribution to student development as a proactive advocate who understands the complexities of students' academic, personal and cultural lives and identities.
Jennifer Mansfield, Assistant Professor of Biology
This student-nominated and student-chosen award honors an outstanding faculty member for excellence in teaching and for devotion and service to the students of Barnard College. More information.
Gergley (Gergo) Baics, Assistant Professor of History and Urban Studies
Krista McGuire, Assistant Professor of Biology
Established at Barnard in 1989 by the Gladys Brooks Foundation, this award is given annually to recognize considerable individual achievements of tenure-track/tenure-eligible assistant professors at Barnard. More information.
Rosalyn Deutsche, Term Professor of Art History
An award designed to recognize any full-time faculty member who has made a difference in the teaching climate of the college. More information.
Mark Carnes, Professor of History and Director of "Reacting to the Past"
This award recognizes an exemplary member of the Barnard faculty who combines scholarship and pedagogy in creative ways, maximizing the impacts of both. More information.
Tina Campt, Director of Africana Studies and Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
John Glendinning, Professor and Chair of Biology
Ann Whitney Olin Professorships are awarded on the basis of scholarship, teaching, and other contributions to the academic community to exceptional faculty who have achieved the rank of full professor.
Brian Larkin, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Dina Merrer, Associate Professor and Chair of Chemistry
Tow Professorships for Distinguished Scholars and Practitioners help the College to reward its extraordinary faculty by recognizing those, generally at the Associate Professor level, who have already made substantial, nationally recognized contributions to their field.