Joan Riley Named D.C.’s Professor of the Year

Congratulations to Joan Burggraf Riley (NHS), who was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as D.C.'s Professor of the Year. Riley has collaborated extensively with CNDLS through her leadership role with the Engelhard Project.   (The D.C. Professor of the Year for 2009, Jim Sandefur (Mathematics), is also an Engelhard Faculty Fellow.) Riley explains: “I teach because I find fulfillment in being part of an academic community dedicated to students’ development in a climate marked by intellectual curiosity, openness, diversity, respect and support.” For more on Riley and her approach to teaching, see this article from the Blue & Gray.

Congratulations to Joan Burggraf Riley (NHS), who was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as D.C.'s Professor of the Year.

Congratulations to Joan Burggraf Riley (NHS), who was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as D.C.’s Professor of the Year. Riley has collaborated extensively with CNDLS through her leadership role with the Engelhard Project.   (The D.C. Professor of the Year for 2009, Jim Sandefur (Mathematics), is also an Engelhard Faculty Fellow.)

Riley explains: “I teach because I find fulfillment in being part of an academic community dedicated to students’ development in a climate marked by intellectual curiosity, openness, diversity, respect and support.” For more on Riley and her approach to teaching, see this article from the Blue & Gray.