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Faculty Distinguished Research Award

The Award, established in 2000, recognizes sustained research and/or artistic productivity of a UMN Morris faculty member over the course of a career.

The Faculty Distinguished Research Award consists of a single course replacement if feasible, or a cash award of $2,000 plus $500 to the discipline of the awardee, or an equivalent package to be negotiated with the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean. An individual may win this award only once.

Recipients

  • 2020-21 Nic McPhee, Computer Science
  • 2019–20 Ray Schultz, Theatre Arts
  • 2018-19 Keith Brugger, Geology
  • 2017-18 Julie Eckerle, English
  • 2016-17 Pieranna Garavaso, Philosophy
  • 2015-16 Michael Lackey, English
  • 2014-15 None awarded
  • 2013-14 Stephen Burks, Economics and Management
  • 2012-13 Jong-Min Kim, Statistics
  • 2011-12 Ted Pappenfus, Chemistry
  • 2010-11 Neil Leroux, Coommunication, Media, and Rhetoric
  • 2009-10 None awarded
  • 2008-09 None awarded
  • 2007-08 None awarded
  • 2006-07 David P. Roberts, Mathematics
  • 2005-06 None awarded
  • 2004-05 Seung-Ho Joo, Political Science
  • 2003-04 Cyrus Bina, Management
  • 2002-03 Vicente Cabrera, Spanish
  • 2001-02 Ishtiyaque Haji, Philosophy
  • 2000-01 Vasilikie Demos, Sociology
  • 1999-00 Eric Klinger, Psychology
  • Harold Hinds, History
  • Dwight Purdy, English
  • David Hoppe, Biology
  • James Cotter, Geology
  • James Carlson, Music