Collection number: UA 18/3/9
Size: (1 folder) (0.10 cu.ft.)
About The Jean Brierley Award
Jean Brierley (1908-1986) graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1930 with a baccalaureate degree in Zoology. She then went to the University of Michigan where she received her MS and PhD. She joined the faculty at Michigan State College in 1945, teaching freshman biology and natural sciences. She retired from the faculty at Michigan State University in 1973 as a full Professor.
Professor Brierley established an endowed fund in 1973 to recognize teaching in any field or discipline at the University of New Hampshire. This fund was completed upon her death as a tribute to those members of the UNH faculty who have distinguished themselves as teachers. One award is rendered each academic year as our highest level recognition for excellence in teaching. In conjunction with the UNH Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning, recipients host an annual event to advance the teaching mission of the university.
About The Jean Brierley Presentation on College Teaching
The first Brierley Award was presented in 1991 to Lester A. Fisher of the Department of English. In the years since then each winner of the award has delivered a formal presentation on college teaching. For the first ten years, the presentations were published as a booklet and are available in the Archives book collection: LD3779N4k B75. From 2003-2011, pdf copies of the talk were made available on the UNH Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning website.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the authors of these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
[Identification of item], The Jean Brierley Presentation on College Teaching, 2003-2011, UA 18/3/9, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These lectures were printed from the UNH Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning website.
|Box 1, Folder 1||The Jean Brierley Presentation on College Teaching
"Where We Live: Good Dogs and Nagging Counselors in the House of Education, "by John Ernest (2003-04)
"Shifting Paradigms: Out of the Comfort zone and into the Action of 21st Century Learning, "by Carole K Barnett (2004-05)
"You are what you eat: A Nutritionist’s View of Teaching,"by Dr. Gale Carey (2005-06)
"Building a Community of Scholars Within and Beyond UNH or How We Can “Pay Forward” Our Understanding of the World Around Us, "by Charles W. Walker (2007-08)
"Teaching the Rational/Emotional Mind, "by Peter Fernald (2008-09)
"Confronting the ‘third level of ignorance’: How we teach about the natural world, "by Tom Lee (2009-10)
"You Can Get Here from There: One Teacher’s Journey, "by Stephen Hardy (2010-11)
"A Cognitive Apprenticeship Approach to Teaching: Keeping the Classroom Real and Visible by Teaching Engineering the Old Fashioned Way, "by Barry Fussell (2013-14)
"The Teacher is Present: Thoughts on Attention and Connection in the Classroom, "by Sarah Way Sherman (2015-16)