The Deborah Barreau Award for Teaching Excellence

In 1995, UNC Chancellor Paul Hardin and SILS Dean Barbara Moran established the SILS Award for Teaching Excellence. In February 2012, the award was renamed the Deborah Barreau Award for Teaching Excellence in memory of Dr. Deborah Barreau, who received the award twice for her masterful teaching and mentoring. The award recognizes one faculty member, who is nominated by the students within the school, for outstanding teaching. In 2006, an additional award recognizing the outstanding teaching by an adjunct professor was added. Both awards are presented at the annual spring commencement ceremony.

2017

Faculty Award  - Stephanie Haas 

Adjunct Award - Casey Rawson

2016

Faculty Award  - Ron Bergquist 

Adjunct Award - Emily Vardell

2015

Faculty Award  - Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi 

2014

Faculty Award  - Jaime Arguello 

Adjunct Award - Rachael Clemens

2013

Faculty Award  - Robert Capra 

Adjunct Award - Joan Boone

2012

Faculty Award  - Stephanie Haas 

Adjunct Award - Rebecca Vargha

2011

Faculty Award  - Phillip Edwards  

Adjunct Award - Carolyn F. Hank

2010

Faculty Award  - Sandra Hughes-Hassell  

Adjunct Award - Susan Rathbun-Grubb

2009

Faculty Award  - Gary Marchionini  

Adjunct Award - Evelyn Daniel

2008

Faculty Award  - Deborah Barreau  

Adjunct Award - Thomas Nixon
Adjunct Award - Pamela Sessoms

2007

Faculty Award  - Diane Kelly  

Adjunct Award - Ron Bergquist

2006

Faculty Award  - Stephanie Haas  

Adjunct Award - Lisa Norberg

2005

Faculty Award  - Jerry Saye  

2004

Faculty Award  - Deborah Barreau  

2003

Faculty Award  - Barbara Moran 

2002

Faculty Award  - Brian Sturm 

2001

Faculty Award  - David Carr  

2000

Faculty Award  - Barbara Wildemuth  

1999

Faculty Award  - Evelyn Daniel  

1998

Faculty Award  - Jerry Saye

1997

Faculty Award  - Stephanie Haas