Kathryn Campbell-Kibler wins Ratner Award

December 29, 2016
Picture of Kathryn Cambell-Kibler

Congratulations to Kathryn Campbell-Kibler, who is one of this year’s five winners of the Ronald and Deborah Ratner Distinguished Teaching Awards for 2016. The awards are presented annually to outstanding faculty teachers in the Arts and Humanities. Faculty are recognized for developing new courses, original materials, and/or innovative methods and venues for delivery, as well as for making a difference in students’ educations, lives, and careers. Candidates are chosen for creative teaching and for exemplary records of engaging, motivating, and inspiring students. Each $20,000 Ratner Award is presented as a $10,000 cash prize plus a $10,000 teaching account to fund future innovation and student impact in the form of curricular development, teaching, or service-learning projects.