The annual Teaching Excellence Convocation, held in chapel on Tuesday, March 16, 2004, concluded with the announcement that Bryce Fox, assistant professor of psychology, was the winner of the Teaching Excellence Award for 2004.
Dr. Fox did his undergraduate work at Olivet Nazarene University and earned the M.A. from Asbury Theological Seminary and the Ph.D. from Indiana University. He joined the Trevecca faculty in 2001.
The Teaching Excellence Award is given each year to a full-time faculty member who teaches in the traditional undergraduate programs and who demonstrates the highest level of teaching excellence, earning praise from his or her students and colleagues. The winner of the award is elected by a group composed of students, faculty members, and the Conference of Chairs (the deans of schools and the chairs of divisions).
Dr. Fox received a University medallion and an honorarium, and he will be the featured speaker at next year's Teaching Excellence Convocation. (3/17/04)