The University offers a number of awards to recognize outstanding faculty members. Listed here are the current recipients. For more information on the awards, and for past recipients, click on the menu bar for each award.
- The Distinguished Faculty Award: Dr. Walter Simmons (2023)
- The Lucrezia Culicchia Award for Teaching Excellence: Dr. Ed Hahnenberg (2023)
- The Wasmer Outstanding Teaching Award: Dr. Jisok Kang (2021)
- The Curtis W. Miles Faculty Award for Community Service: Dr. Malia McAndrew (2023)
- Dr. William F. O'Hearn Award for Faculty Advising: Dr. Andy Welki (2023)
Take a look at the faculty awards here.
The John Carroll University Faculty Bibliography lists publications in various categories authored by both full- and part-time faculty. It is updated several times each year. A research reception is held during the Celebration of Scholarship every spring to recognize faculty authors as well as faculty who have been awarded a grant during the previous calendar year.
Formerly overseen by the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President, the Faculty Bibliography has moved into its new home on Carroll Collected. It is co-edited by Mina Chercourt (Grasselli Library & Breen Learning Center) and Jim Krukones (Provost/AVP’s Office). Previous bibliographies are available in PDF format. Starting with the 2017 Bibliography, publications are tagged and linked dynamically. As a result, citations are easier to find and access with tracking reports made available to authors. New publications will be added to the database as they are received for a consistently up-to-date listing.
To be listed in the Bibliography, please send one hard copy of your article or book to Mina Chercourt (firstname.lastname@example.org). If available only as a web publication, email the persistent link to Mina. Also, please indicate if the publication includes a current or former student as a co-author or if the author is a part-time faculty member. Once processed, faculty books and monographs will be displayed, according to their year of publication, in the case outside the Provost/AVP’s Office on the first floor of the Administration Building.
Please note that, for a faculty member to be recognized at the spring research reception, publications must be submitted to Mina Chercourt no later than March 1.
In order to showcase faculty accomplishments, innovations, and development activities, The Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President publishes Faculty Notes twice a year, once in the fall semester and once in the spring.
Please submit items of interest such as conference presentations, awards, student mentoring, fellowships, and grants using the submission form. Submissions will no longer be accepted via email to the Faculty Notes email address.
If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Drenovsky, Ph.D., Interim Associate Academic Vice President.