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Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award

The Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award is a tribute to several members of the faculty who influenced and encouraged Thomas Jefferson. The award is intended to recognize today's teachers on the faculty. It is made annually to a younger teaching member of the William & Mary community who has demonstrated, through concern as a teacher and through character and influence, the inspiration and stimulation of learning to the betterment of the individual and society as exemplified by Thomas Jefferson.

Recent Recipients

2015 - John Riofrio, Modern Languages and Literatures
2014 - Cheryl Dickter, Psychology
2013 - Michael J. Tierney '87, M.A. '88, International Relations & Government

View all past recipients of the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award.