Faculty Awards

The Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award

Every year, Arcadia University selects a winner of the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award (LDTA) according to the guidelines of the Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation. The guidelines stipulate that:

  1. No recipient may receive the award more than once while on the faculty at Arcadia.
  2. The recipient must be at least a half-time permanent faculty member who has served in such a capacity at Arcadia for each of the preceding three years.

Every student is invited to submit a nomination. This is your opportunity to recognize and reward a faculty member who is an especially effective classroom teacher. We hope you will want to participate in the selection process by nominating someone who has significantly influenced your education at Arcadia. The award will be presented at Honors Convocation on March 19, 2016.

Nominations should be made no later than February 1, 2016, at http://goo.gl/forms/9gcHEjJh4d

Previous Recipients

Dr. Eleonora Bartoli (2013)
Dr. Joshua Blustein (1993)
Dr. Thomas Brinker, Esq. (1999)
Dr. Pradyumna Chauhan (1976)
Dr. Jonathan Church (1998)
Ms. Sarah Cooper (1986)
Dr. Rebecca L. Craik (1989)
Dr. William V. Frabizio (1973)
Dr. Ana Maria Garcia (2004)
Dr. Bette Goldstone (1992)
Dr. Leif C. Gustavson (2008)
Dr. John Hoffman (2001)
Dr. Stephen Huber (1985)
Dr. Doreen Loury (2010)
Dr. Joanne Lucena (2014)
Dr. Thomas Lynch (2007)
Dr. Kathleen Mangione (2005)
Dr. Linda M. Mascavage (2012)
Mr. Robert Mauro (1983)
Dr. Philip McClure (2002)
Dr. Marianne Miserandino (2000)
Dr. Wayne Morra (1983)
Dr. Barbara Nodine (1975)
Dr. Carol Oatis (1994)
Dr. Finbarr W. O’Connor (1982)
Dr. Carlos Ortiz (2006)
Dr. Steven Robbins (2003)
Dr. R. Wesley Rose III (2011)
Dr. Scott Stackhouse (2009)
Dr. Archie Vomachka (1990)
Dr. Jo Ann Weiner (1988)
Dr. Richard Wertime (1980)
Dr. Edward Wolff (1979)

The Provost Award for Outstanding Advising and Mentoring

Beginning Spring 2015, a new award was established to honor a faculty member for his or her advising and/or mentoring of students. Nominees should be full-time faculty members who are superior and effective advisors and/or mentors to students. No recipient may receive the award more than once every three years.

Students and faculty are invited to submit nominations recognizing and rewarding a faculty member who is an especially effective advisor and/or mentor. We hope you will want to participate in the selection process by nominating someone who has significantly influenced your education at Arcadia. The award will be presented at Honors Convocation, scheduled for March 19, 2016.

Nominations should be made no later than February 1, 2016, at http://goo.gl/forms/B5Rom7WynA

Previous Recipients

2015 - Dr. Angela Gillem, Psychology

Adjunct Faculty Award

Arcadia University offers an Adjunct Faculty Award to an outstanding part-time faculty member. This is your opportunity to recognize and reward a faculty member who is an especially effective classroom teacher. We hope you will want to participate in the selection process by nominating an adjunct faculty member who has significantly influenced your education at Arcadia. The award will be presented at Honors Convocation, scheduled for March 19, 2016.

The Adjunct Faculty Award may be received only once.

Nominations should be submitted no later than Monday, February 1, 2016, at http://goo.gl/forms/Qvupxg2H1Q

Previous Recipients

1990 - Alma Alabilikian (Fine Arts)
1991 - Karl Janowitz (Education)
1992 - Bruce Kowalski (Education)
1993 - Darlene Kennedy Winkleman (Psychology)
1994 - Cynthia Kennedy Reedy (Education)
1995 - Charles J. Corace (Business Administration)
1996 - Arlene Holtz (Education)
1997 - James S. White (Physical Therapy)
1998 - Sheila M. Buckley (Education)
1999 - Renee Starr (Mathematics)
2000 - Thomas J. Fleming (Modern Languages)
2001 - Sharon M. Ravitch (Education)
2002 - Lewis Motter (Computer Science)
2003 - Amy H. Miller (Physical Therapy)
2004 - Eugene Lytle (Education; Computer Science)
2005 - Donald McNutt (English)
2006 - Domenic Matteo (Education)
2007 - Holly Neibauer (English)
2008 - Helene S. Klein (English)
2009 – Michael DeLuca (Art and Design)
2010 – Vance R. Kincade (History)
2011 – Barbara Micucci (Psychology)
2012 – Christopher J. Cerski (History/Political Science)
2013 – Angela Tate (Physical Therapy)
2014 – William H. Jacobsen (IPCR)
2015 – Jonathan Shina (Mathematics)