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The President's Fritz B. Burns Distinguished Teaching Award

The President's Fritz B. Burns Distinguished Teaching Award was established in 1993 to encourage and recognize excellence in teaching at Loyola Marymount University. These faculty members, nominated by their peers, are recognized as successfully uniting a distinguished record of teaching and an outstanding contribution to research.

Each recipient was asked to provide a teaching statement outlining their commitment to excellence in education.

2015 Andrew Rohm, Marketing and Business Law -- Teaching Statement
2014 Ralph Quinones, Marketing and Business Law -- Teaching Statement (31:40-52:15)
2013 Yvette Lapayese, Specialized Programs in Urban Education -- Teaching Statement (5:11-10:10) 
2012 Kelly Younger, English -- Teaching Statement (4:35-19:09)  
2011 Brian Treanor, Philosophy -- Teaching Statement (5:28-19:47) -- (Profile Video: Why Philosophy)
2010 Curtis Bennett, Mathematics
2009 Tina Choe, Chemistry
2007 William Fulco, S.J., Classics and Archaeology
2006 Raymond J. Toal, Electrical Engineering and CS
2005 Jacqueline M. Dewar, Mathematics
2004 Fred Kiesner, Management
2003 Judith M. Scalin, Dance
2002 Robert D. Winsor, Marketing
2001 Herbert J. Ryan, S.J., Theological Studies
2000 Mary Elizabeth Ingham, C.S.J., Philosophy
1999 Michael R. Cullen, Mathematics
1998 Arthur Gross-Schaefer, Business Law
1997 Rudolph Fleck, Art and Art History
1996 Jane W. Crawford, Professor of Classics
1995 Michael Genovese, Political Science
1994 Marie Anne Mayeski, Theological Studies
1993 John H. Grever, C.F.M.M., History

The CTE no longer provides administrative support for the award; for all questions, contact the Office of Faculty Affairs.