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Outstanding Faculty Speaker Recognition

Each year the Office of Engagement hosts a Faculty Speaker Recognition Reception to express our appreciation to all the faculty who volunteer their time throughout the year.

Congratulations to the Current Outstanding Faculty Speakers

2019-20

  • Sarita Herman, Historic Preservation Project Manager, Facilities Planning & Construction, Facilities Management Department

  • Dorothy Kelly, Robert B. Hardaway, Jr. Lecturer of Personal Finance, McIntire School of Commerce

  • Christine Mahoney, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Politics, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy; Director of Social Entrepreneurship at UVA

  • Arthur Weltman, Professor, Curry School of Education

  • Carla Williams, Director, Athletics, Department of Athletics

Past Outstanding Faculty Speakers
    2018-19
    • Valerie Gregory, Associate Dean of Admissions, Office of Undergraduate Admissions
    • Karen McGlathery, Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences, Arts & Sciences; Director, Environmental Resilience Institute
    • Andrew O’Shaughnessy, Professor of History, Arts & Sciences; Saunders Director, Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies
    • David Smith, Professor and Associate Chair, Ecology, Department of Environmental Sciences, Arts & Sciences
    • Carl Zeithaml, Dean and F.S. Cornell Professor of Free Enterprise, McIntire School of Commerce
    2017-18
    • David Gies, Emeritus Faculty; Commonwealth Professor of Spanish, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
    • Jody Kielbasa, Vice Provost for the Arts; Director of the Virginia Film Festival, Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost
    • Craig Littlepage , Special Advisor to the President and Director of Athletics Emeritus
    • Sherri Moore, Assistant Professor, McIntire School of Commerce
    • Pamela Sutton-Wallace, Chief Executive Officer, University of Virginia Medical Center
    2016-17
    • Ian Baucom, Buckner W. Clay Dean, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
    • Kathryn (Kay) Neeley, Associate Professor of Science, Technology and Society, School of Engineering and Applied Science
    • Louis Nelson, Associate Provost for Outreach, Office of the Provost; Professor of Architectural History, School of Architecture
    • John Ragosta, Faculty Director, Summer Jefferson Symposium; Fellow, Virginia Foundation for Humanities
    • Mary (Molly) Schwartzburg, Curator, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
    2015-16
    • Risa Goluboff, Dean, Arnold H. Leon Professor, School of Law
    • Allen Groves, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Student Affairs
    • Jody Lahendro, Historic Preservation Architect, Facilities Planning and Construction
    • Larry Sabato, Director, Center for Politics; Robert Kent Gooch Professor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
    • Tyler Jo Smith, Associate Professor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, McIntire Department of Art
    2014-15
    • Marcus Martin, MD., Office of Diversity; School of Medicine
    • Lisa Reilly, School of Architecture
    • Nancy Takahashi, School of Architecture
    • Craig Volden, Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
    • Kirt von Daacke, Arts & Sciences, History
    2013-14
    • Wayne Cozart, Vice President, Development; Executive Director, The Jefferson Trust, Alumni Association
    • Stephen Cushman, Robert C. Taylor Professor, Arts & Sciences, English
    • Dorothy Fontaine, Dean, School of Nursing
    • Ryan Hargraves, Senior Associate Dean, Office of Undergraduate Admission
    • Barbara Perry, Professor Senior Fellow & Co-chair of the Oral History Program, Miller Center
    2012-13
    • Gordon Burris, Former Senior Assistant to the President, Office of the President
    • Ernest Ern, Professor Emeritus, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Environmental Sciences
    • Paul Freedman, Associate Professor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Politics
    • Arthur Garson, Professor, Public Health Sciences; Director, Center for Health Policy
    • Maurie McInnis, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Office of the Executive Vice President & Provost
    2011-12
    • Kenneth Elzinga, Robert C. Taylor Professor, Arts and Sciences, Economics
    • Francesca Fiorani, Associate Professor, Arts and Sciences, Art
    • Gary Gallager, Cavaliers’ Distinguished Teaching Professor; John L. Nau III Professor, Arts and Sciences, History
    • Ed Murphy, Associate Professor, Arts and Sciences, Astronomy
    • Richard Warner, Professor, Arts and Sciences, Drama
    2010-11
    • Fred Diehl, Professor Emeritus, Arts and Sciences, Biology
    • Suzan Garson, Special Projects Manager, Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs
    • Stephen Macko, Professor, Arts and Sciences, Environmental Sciences
    • Stephen Railton, Professor, Arts and Sciences, English
    • Kathryn Thornton, Associate Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
    2009-10
    • Phoebe Crisman, Associate Dean for Research, School of Architecture
    • Rebecca Dillingham, Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
    • Gregory Fairchild, Associate Professor, Darden School of Business
    • Lawrence Goedde, Professor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Art History
    • Mark White, Associate Professor, McIntire School of Commerce
    • Jason Williford, Assistant Coach, Men’s Basketball, Athletics
    2008-09
    • Coy Barefoot, Lecturer, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Media Studies
    • Karin Bonding, Professor, McIntire School of Commerce
    • George Gilliam, Instructor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, History
    • LaVahn Hoh, Associate Chair and Professor, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Drama
    • Steve Plog, David A Harrison, III, Professor of Historical Archaeology, College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Anthropology

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