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Edward P. O'Brien

Edward P. O'Brien
2016 Winner

The Priestley Prize for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching in Chemistry is awarded annually to a faculty member in the Chemistry Department for excellence in undergraduate chemistry instruction.  The winner receives a plaque and a cash prize of $5000.

Nominations for the award are accepted at any time.  The list of eligible faculty and the details of the nomination and selection process are summarized on a separate page.  To submit a nomination please fill out the web nomination form.

The Priestley Prize was established in 2002 to recognize the best undergraduate teachers in the Chemistry Department as measured by the increase in learning and enthusiasm for the subject by the students in chemistry courses.  The past winners are presented below.

 

Past recipients of the Priestley Teaching Prize




Bratoljub H. Milosavljevic Ben Lear




2015
Bratoljub H. Milosavljevic
2014
Ben Lear
Dan Sykes null
Lori Van Der Sluys
Weinreb Mary Jo Bojan Raymond L. Funk
2013
Dan Sykes
2012
David Boehr
2011
Lori Van Der Sluys
2010
Steve Weinreb
2009
Mary Jo Bojan
2008
Ray Funk
Katherine Masters Tom Mallouk Chris Falzone John Lowe Robert Minard Przemyslaw (Pshemak) Maslak
2007
Katherine Masters
2006
Tom Mallouk
2005
Chris Falzone
2004
John Lowe
2003
Bob Minard
2002
Pshemak Maslak