This award recognizes an APS member for excellence in teaching plant pathology. Preference will be given to active teachers with responsibility for one or more courses in plant pathology. The major criterion will be formal (classroom) teaching proficiency, as indicated by the development and effectiveness of courses taught. Indicators of pedagogical research and other activities supportive of teaching should be described in the nomination materials. Other supporting material should include a brief description of courses taught and indicators, including students’ opinions, of teaching effectiveness. Recipients receive a plaque and a cash prize made possible by the Lucy Hastings de Gutiérrez Fund established in the APS Foundation by Lucy’s family and friends.
1994 A. B. A. M. Baudoin1995 E. J. Braun1996 D. White1997 C. W. Mims1998 J. MacDonald 2000 G. R. Stanosz2001 W. F. Zettler2002 L. F. Grand2004 K.-B. G. Scholthof2005 C. Allen2006 C. D'Arcy 2007 P. Vincelli 2008 M. Boehm
2009 H. David Shew2010 S. E. Gold2011 L. M. Carris2012 W. W. Bockus2013 C. F. Gonzalez2014 J.A. Verreet2015 M.G. Milgroom and E.B. Nelson2016 F. W. Nutter 2017 B. S. Richter
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