Kingston Award Recipients

About the Kingston Award

The Kingston Award was established in recognition of Richard “Dick” Kingston’s creativity and innovation in education. This award initially (1984) “was instituted as a means for the College to recognize, reward and encourage innovation in the classroom, laboratory and clinic.”

In 1991 the focus of the Kingston Award was broadened to also recognize outstanding contributions and/or long term consistent excellence in teaching.

Have you observed excellence in teaching?

Help us recognize and reward it! The Kingston Award Committee is accepting nominations until March 4, 2014. You may nominate a peer or self-nominate. The award also includes a monetary prize.

Guidelines and submission information: Click here.

 

Those CHS Faculty members who have been honored with this award include:

2015-16: Charles Hazle, PT, Ph.D., Physical Therapy

2014-15:  Joan Darbee, PT, Ph.D., Physical Therapy 

2013-14: Richard D. Andreatta, Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders 

2012-13: Charles Marshall, Physical Therapy

2011-12: Robert C. Marshall, Communication Sciences and Disorders

2010-11: Samuel Powdrill, Physician Assistant Studies
Karen Skaff, Dept. of Clinical Sciences, Clinical Leadership and Management

2009-10: Carl Mattacola, Athletic Training, Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program

2008-09: Kim K. Campbell, Clinical & Reproductive Sciences

2007-08: Janice Kuperstein, Physical Therapy

2006-07: Timothy L. Uhl, Athletic Training

2005-06: Oliver Oakley, Clinical Laboratory Sciences

2003-04: M. Lynn English, Physical Therapy

2002-03: Geza Bruckner, Clinical Nutrition

2001-02: Jean Brickell, Clinical Laboratory Sciences

2000-01: Donna Morris, Communication Sciences and Disorders

1999-00: Doris Baker, Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Sharon Stewart, Communication Sciences and Disorders

1998-99: Jodelle Deem, Communication Sciences and Disorders

1997-98: Tony English, Physical Therapy

1996-97: Lori Gonzalez, Communication Sciences and Disorders

1995-96: Anne Harrison, Physical Therapy
Thomas Samuel, Health Services Management

1994-95: Robert Wildman, Physician Assistant Studies

1993-94: Lynn Alexander, Clinical Laboratory Sciences

1992-93: Judith Page, Communication Sciences and Disorders

1991-92: Theresa Kremer, Clinical Nutrition

1990-91: Deborah Kelly, Physical Therapy

1989-90: Gilbert Boissonneault, Clinical Nutrition

1988-89: Ralph Christensen, Radiation Sciences

1987-88: Paul Thornton, Clinical Nutrition

1986-87: Joyce Beaulieu, Health Services Management

1985-86: Joel M. Lee, Health Services Management

1984-85: Anne Stiene-Martin, Clinical Laboratory Sciences

1983-84: Marie Vittetoe, Clinical Laboratory Sciences

 

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