Paul Huber, Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry and affiliated member of the Center for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, has been selected as a recipient of the 2018 Rev. Edmund P. Joyce C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
The Joyce Awards honor faculty members who have had a profound influence on the undergraduate learning experience, elevated students’ intellectual engagement, and fostered students’ ability to express themselves effectively within a disciplinary context. Faculty members are nominated by peers and students.
Professor Huber joins 19 other faculty members as this year’s winners. Other recipients include Patricia Clark (Biochemistry), Brian Krostenko (Classics), A. James McAdams (political science), Michael Pries (economics), John Sitter (English), Anre Venter (psychology), Patrick Vivirito (Romance languages), Todd Walatka (theology), Lijuan Wang (psychology), Henry Weinfield (liberal studies), Margaret Forster (finance), Stephannie Larocque (accountancy), Elizabeth Moore (marketing), Jennifer Wadell (IT analytics), William Phillip (chemical & biomolecular engineering), Brian Smith (civil & environmental engineering), Ashley Thrall (civil & environmental engineering), Mark Olsen (biological sciences), and Kevin Vaughan (biological sciences).
Adapted from an originally published article by chemistry.nd.edu on May 11, 2018.at