Three College of Liberal Arts faculty members are among 96 educators recognized this year by The University of Texas System Board of Regents for excellence in the classroom.
The UT System’s most innovative and dedicated educators will share $2.4 million this month as winners of the Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award. Faculty members from across the UT System’s 15 academic and health institutions will receive $25,000 each and will be honored at a ceremony Wednesday, Aug. 20, in Austin.
The COLA honorees are:
- Krystal Beamon, assistant professor of sociology;
- Darryl Lauster, assistant professor of art and art history; and
- Allan Saxe, associate professor of political science.
UT Arlington’s Kevin Schug, the Shimadzu Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, was also an award winner. Since the program’s inception in 2008, 45 award recipients have come from UT Arlington.
The awards highlight the talent and commitment to excellence in teaching among UT Arlington faculty members, President Vistasp Karbhari says.
“Preeminent research universities are distinguished by the quality of their faculty members and the faculty’s dedication to students,” Dr. Karbhari says. “The best teachers instill in their students a shared passion for lifelong learning and discovery.”
Read more about UTA’s Regents Outstanding Teachers recipients.