Faculty Honors & Awards

Teaching awards since the faculty member began teaching at UF, other honors and awards at any time in her or his professional career.

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B

Marsha Bryant
  • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship, 2007–08
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Grant, 2007
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 2005
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 2002
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Grant, 2000
  • UF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1996
  • UF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1993
  • UF Research Development Award, 1992
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 1991
  • UF Research Development Award, 1990
Richard Burt
  • Nominated for CLAS Teaching Award, 2003
  • Fulbright Research Scholar, Berlin (Humboldt University and the Free University), 1995–96

C

Ronald H. Carpenter
  • Douglas W. Ehninger Distinguished Rhetorical Scholar Award, National Communication Association, 2004
  • Giles Wilkeson Gray Endowed Lectureship, Louisiana State University, 2001
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 2002
  • Michael M. Osborn Teacher-Scholar Award, Southern States Communication Association, 1999
  • Listing Among the “Top 3% of Active Prolific Scholars in Communication Studies,” National Communication Association, 1993
  • Golden Anniversary Monograph Prize for Outstanding Scholarship, National Communication Association, 1984
  • University of Florida President’s Scholar Award, 1978–79
  • National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Fellowship, 1976
  • Fellow of the Huntington Library Award, 1973–74
Jill Ciment
  • Guggenheim Fellowship, 2006
  • Janet Heidenger Kafka Prize for best novel by an American woman (for The Tattoo Artist), 2005
  • Los Angeles Times Writer’s Pick for Favorite Book of 2005 (for The Tattoo Artist)
  • New York Public Library’s 25 Books to Remember from 2005 (for The Tattoo Artist)
  • New York State Foundation for the Arts in Creative Writing, 2002
  • National Endowment for the Arts/Japan Fellowship, 1999
  • New York State Foundation for the Arts in Creative Writing, 1996
  • National Endowment for the Arts in Creative Writing, 1995

E

Kim Emery
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 1996

G

Andrew Gordon
  • Nominated for CLAS Teaching Award, 2003–04
  • UF Division of Sponsored Research Award, 1993
  • Fulbright Senior Lecturer in American Literature, Yugoslavia, 1984–85
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 1980
  • Fulbright Junior Lecturer in American Literature, Portugal, 1979
  • Fulbright Junior Lecturer in American Literature, Spain, 1973–75
Debora Greger
  • Best American Poetry 2006 (Scribner), 2006
  • Corrington Award for Literary Excellence, Centenary College, 2004
  • Smart Family Foundation Prize, Yale Review, 1999
  • Best American Poetry 1998 (Scribner), 1998
  • Union League Civic and Arts Foundation Poetry Prize, Poetry, 1994
  • Best American Poetry 1994 (Scribner), 1994
  • Brandeis University Award for Poetry, 1993
  • Best American Poetry 1991 (Scribner), 1991
  • National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, 1991
  • Award in Literature, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1990
  • Best American Poetry 1989 (Scribner), 1989
  • Best American Poetry 1988 (Macmillan), 1988
  • Peter I.B. Lavan Younger Poets Award, Academy of American Poets, 1987
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship in Poetry, 1987
  • National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, 1985
  • Amy Lowell Poetry Traveling Scholarship, 1982
  • Ingram Merrill Foundation Grant, 1981
  • Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College, Fellowship, 1980
  • National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, 1978
  • Discovery/The Nation Award in Poetry, 1977
  • Grolier Poetry Prize, 1976
  • Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Massachusetts, Fellowship in Poetry, 1975

H

Terry Harpold
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 2007-08
  • CLAS Teaching Award, 2007–08
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 2004–05
  • Postmodern Culture Outstanding Essay Prize (for “Dark Continents: Critique of Internet Metageographies”), 1999
Michael Hofmann
  • Selected Poems a PBS Special Commendation, 2008
  • John and Bonnie Nims Memorial Prize for Poems in Translation in Poetry (for Gottfried Benn translations), 2007
  • Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize (for Ashes for Breakfast), 2007
  • inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as a Foreign Member, 2005
  • one of 3 judges for the ALTA Translation Prize, 2005
  • one of 3 judges for the $100,000 Lilly Prize, 2005
  • First Editors’ Prize for a review-essay in Poetry (Chicago), 2004
  • First Deka Bank Preis of 25,000 euros ‘fur die Vermittlung deutscher
    Kultur im Ausland,’ 2004
  • Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize (for Storm of Steel), 2004
  • Second Spycher Preis from the commune of Leuk in Switzerland, 2002
  • Co-judged the $50,000 Griffin Poetry Prizes in Toronto, 2002
  • P.E.N./ Book of the Month Club Translation Citation for The Hothouse, 2002
  • Rebellion won the Kurt and Helen Wolff Prize for German Translation, 2000
  • P.E.N./ Book of the Month Club Translation Prize for The Tale of the 1002nd Night, 1999
  • IMPAC Dublin Literary Award of $100,000 for The Land of Green Plums, 1998 (shared with the author)
  • An Arts Council of England Bursary for poetry, 1997
  • The Independent Foreign Fiction Prize for The Film Explainer, 1994
  • Named one of twenty U.K. New Generation Poets for Corona, Corona, 1994
  • Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for Acrimony, 1988
  • Cholmondeley Award for Nights in the Iron Hotel, 1984
Sidney Homan
  • Honorable Mention, New England Book Festival, 2008 (for A Fish in the Moonlight: Growing Up in the Bone Marrow Unit)
  • CLAS Teaching Award 2007–08

K

Debra Walker King
  • Schomburg Scholar Fellowship, Spring 1999
  • UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Achievement Award, 1999
  • Ford Foundation Fellowships, NRC, 1998
  • UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Achievement Award, 1997
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year Award, 1996–97
  • Ford Foundation Fellowships, NRC, 1994

L

David Leavitt
  • Kiryama Prize Notable Book, 2008
  • PEN/Faulkner Prize Finalist, 2007
  • New York Public Library Literary Lion, 2007
  • New York Public Library 25 Books to Read for The Indian Clerk, 2007
  • New York Public Library Literary Lion, 1994
  • Finalist for Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction, 1993
  • National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1985
  • Finalist for PEN/Faulkner Award, 1984
  • Finalist for National Book Critics’ Circle Award, 1984
  • Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, 1989
William Logan
  • 2005 National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism (for The Undiscovered Country), 2006
  • Best Book of Criticism, 2005, Contemporary Poetry Review (for The Undiscovered Country), 2006
  • Randall Jarrell Award in Criticism (inaugural winner), The Poetry Foundation, 2005
  • Corrington Medal for Literary Excellence and Attaway Fellow, Centenary College, 2004
  • Allen Tate Prize, Sewanee Review, 2004
  • J. Howard and Barbara M. J. Wood Prize, Poetry, 2003
  • Elizabeth Matchett Stover Memorial Award, Southwest Review, 2003
  • University of Florida Anderson/CLAS Scholar Faculty Honoree, 2000
  • Finalist, 1999 National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism (for Reputations of the Tongue), 2000
  • Teacher of the Year Award, CLAS, 1999
  • Notable Book of the Year, New York Times Book Review (for Vain Empires), 1998
  • Peter I. B. Lavan Younger Poets Award, Academy of American Poets, 1989
  • The Citation for Excellence in Reviewing, National Book Critics Circle, 1988

M

Barbara Mennel
  • CLAS Teaching Award, 2007-08

P

Judith W. Page
  • Chawton House Library Fellowship, UK, Spring 2008
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 2005–06
  • Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Oxford University, Skirball Fellowship, 2003
  • NEH Year-long Fellowship, Alternate for 2002
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 2001–02
  • Choice, Outstanding Academic Book of 1995, Wordsworth and the Cultivation of Women, 1995
  • CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) Professor of the Year, State of Mississippi, 1990
Padgett Powell
  • Honorary Doctorate of Letters, College of Charleston, SC, 2002
  • Mary Hobson Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Arts and Letters, 2002
  • Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Term Professorship, University of Florida, 1999
  • Fondation William Faulkner, Université de Rennes (France), Writer in Residence, 1998
  • Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, State of Florida, 1996
  • Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, State of Florida, 1993
  • Paris Review John Train Humor Prize, 1991
  • Pushcart Prize, 1990
  • Fulbright Lectureship, Istanbul, Turkey, 1989
  • American Academy of Arts and Letters Prix de Rome, 1987
  • Whiting Foundation Writers’ Award, 1986
  • American Book Award Nominee (for Edisto), 1984
  • Time Magazine Best-of-Year Fiction list (for Edisto), 1984
  • Henfield Foundation Transatlantic Review Award, 1981

R

Robert Ray
  • UF Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, 2005–present
  • UF Research Foundation Professor, 2000–02
  • UF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1995
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year, 1993
  • CLAS Outstanding Teacher Award, 1986
  • Finalist for CLAS Teacher of the Year, 1985
  • Poetry Oscar Blumenthal Prize for Poetry, 1980
  • Poetry Bess Hokin Prize for Poetry, 1979
Mark A. Reid
  • Fulbright German Studies Seminar, Tübingen and Berlin, Germany, and Strasbourg, France, 2006
  • Choice Outstanding Title (for Black Lenses, Black Voices: African American Film Now), 2005
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 2003
  • University of Notre Dame Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Fall 2001
  • UF Research Foundation Professorship, 1999–2001
  • UF Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund Grant, 1999
  • UF CLAS Research Initiation Award, 1997     
  • American Council of Learned Societies Grant for Travel to International Meetings Abroad, 1995
  • University of California-Davis Faculty Research Grant, 1994
  • UF Division of Sponsored Research Grant for New Faculty, 1990–91
  • McKnight Junior Faculty Fellow, 1990–91
  • Indiana University-Bloomington, Summer Faculty Recruitment Fellow, 1987
  • University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Junior Fulbright Scholar, 1985
Peter L. Rudnytsky
  • Honorary Member of the American Psychoanalytic Association, Spring 2008
  • Fulbright/Sigmund Freud Society Visiting Scholar in Psychoanalysis (Vienna), Spring 2004
  • Gradiva Award for Best Book (Theory) in Psychoanalysis, National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (for Reading Psychoanalysis: Freud, Rank, Ferenczi, Groddeck), 2003
  • Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychoanalytic Theory, Therapy, and Education, International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education, 2001
  • Eccles Fellowship, University of Utah Humanities Center, 1994–95
  • Fulbright Western European Regional Research Scholar, 1988–89

S

Malini Johar Schueller
  • Nominated for CLAS Outstanding Teacher Award, 2003
  • Nominated for CLAS Outstanding Teacher Award, 2000
  • Nominated for CLAS Outstanding Teacher Award, 1997
  • Teaching Incentive Performance Award, University of Florida, 1995
Stephanie Smith
  • UF Humanities Sponsored Research Award, 2006
  • Norcroft Writing Residency Fellowship, May, 2005
  • Norcroft Writing Residency Fellowship, May–June, 2000
  • New Letters Award, 2000
  • Einstein Forum Fellow, Potsdam, Germany, 1999
  • UF Humanities Sponsored Research Award, 1999
  • NEH Summer Seminar Fellowship, 1998
  • UF Humanities Sponsored Research Award, 1997
  • Hedgebrook Writer-in-Residency Fellowship, 1996
  • UF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1995
  • UF Humanities Sponsored Research Award, 1992
  • UF Humanities Sponsored Research Award, 1991
  • Dorland Mountain Arts Colony Residency, 1986
  • Draper Fellowship, Boston University, 1981
  • Phi Beta Kappa, 1981

T

Maureen Turim
  • UF Division of Sponsored Research Professorship
  • Nominated for CLAS Teaching Award, 2005

U

Gregory Ulmer
  • European Graduate School, Joseph Beuys Chair, <http://www.egs.edu/>
  • UF Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, 2006–09
  • Who’s Who in Humanities Higher Education Professional Excellence Program,  University of Florida, 1996
  • First Herb and Catherine Yardley Term Professor, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1995–96
  • CLAS and University Awards, Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, 1990–91
  • Finalist, CLAS Teacher of the Year, 1984
  • Lilly Foundation Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, 1979–80
  • NEH Summer Research Grant, 1979

W

Phillip E. Wegner
  • Marston-Milbauer Eminent Scholar in English, 2012
  • University of Florida Research Foundation (UFRF) Professor, 2010
  • Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Grant, 2006
  • Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Grant, 2002
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year, 2000
  • Battisti Award, Utopian Studies, 1999
  • UF Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, 1998
  • Fine Arts and Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Grant, 1998
  • CLAS Teacher of the Year, 1996
  • Humanities and Fine Arts Research Development Award, 1995
  • New Faculty Research Support Program (DSR-D), 1995
  • Battisti Award, Utopian Studies, 1994
  • Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, 1987–92

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