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:

  • 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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Charles Marshall, Ph.D received the 2012-2013 Kingston Award for excellence in teaching and outstanding contributions to the college.