On May 9, the English department's Prof. Megan Quigley was named the winner of the Tolle Lege Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Tolle Lege Award acknowledges excellence in teaching of a faculty member in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Awards are presented annually for excellence in teaching in Science and Mathematics, Humanities, and Social Sciences. Nominations are solicited at the beginning of the Spring semester each year. Nominated faculty are reviewed by a College committee who evaluate course content, student and faculty teaching evaluations, and other evidence of teaching excellence in selecting award winners.
Prof. Quigley is on the left in the picture below. On the right is Prof. Cathy Staples, who won the Tolle Lege Award for Teaching Excellence among adjunct faculty. She taught for many years in the English department and now teaches in Honors.