One of the keystones of our Honors College is our outstanding faculty. With more than 150 active faculty who teach both general Honors and departmental Honors courses, as well as guide independent research and artistry projects, Honors Learning-by-Contract, and Tutorials, MU’s Honors College provides a rich and robust collection of courses from some of the most engaging and innovative faculty in the U.S.
Our faculty have won numerous awards–national and international–for their teaching and are all “research active” in their own work and many of them actively seek to include our undergraduates into their artistry and research. And our faculty do not confine their efforts to the classroom, often leading international study abroad programs, domestic study away programs, and integrating unique experiences and travel into their on-campus courses as well.
Honors College Outstanding Faculty Award
Each year the College recognizes one (or more) faculty members who have made a substantial and lasting contribution to the academic and intellectual lives of our students. Nominees are solicited from students and other faculty and chosen by a selection committee based on the criteria of who best represents the mission and values of the Honors College through their teaching, outreach, collaboration, and engagement.
2018 Dr. Candice Korasick, Sociology
2017 Dr. David Setzer, Biological Sciences
2016 Ms. Anne Thompson, Art and School of Journalism
2015 Dr. Wayne Anderson, Psychology and Dr. Theodore Koditschek, History
2014 Dr. Loren A. Nikolai, Accountancy
2013 Dr. Christopher D. Hardin, Nutritional Sciences
2012 Dr. Brian Brooks, School of Journalism
You can read more about our recent winner(s) by visiting our Outstanding Faculty Award Recipients page. Beginning in 2016 the recognition also provides the faculty member with a plaque and a travel grant.
Honors College Faculty
Honors College University Faculty
Our faculty are in almost every department and in every college and school on MU’s campus. Those who are currently actively teaching for the College include the following:
B Robert Bailey; Mamadou Badiane; Nicholas Baima; Michael Barnes; Jenelle Beavers; Toby Beeny; Collin Beineke; John Bennett; Cheryl Black; Peter Bloch; Jennifer Bohanek; Bill Bondeson; Robert Boon; J.D. Bowers; Frank Bowman; Kristina Bradley; Jo Britt-Rankin; Elisabeth Broaddus; Margaret Bryan; Sarah Buchanan; John Bullion; Suzanne Burgoyne
H Ryan Habermeyer; Aycan Hacioglu; Sam Halabi; Marcus Hamilton; Aaron Harms; Rachel Harper; Andrea Heiss; Dawn Heston; Nathan Hofer; Janice Hoffman; Darcy Holtgrave; Michael Horton; Beverly Horvit; Martina Hoyt-Vail; Fraser (Berkeley) Hudson; Sarah Humfeld; Lois Huneycut; Douglas Hurt
M Carolyn Mack; Melissa Maras; Sherry Mariea; Peter Markie; Michael Marlo; Alison Martin; Bruce McClure; Lornaida McCune; Roxanne McDaniel; Robert McDaniel; Jacob McFarland; Victor McFarland; Kara McGhee; Mitchell McKinney; Andrew Melnyk; Carlos Mendez; Donald Meyer; William Meyers; Mark Milanick; Jeffrey Milyo; Neil Minturn; Nicole Monnier; Skye Montgomery; Carlo Morpurgo
S Hani Salim; Harlow Sandy Sanders; Jacquelyn Sandone; Gordon Sauer; David Schenker; Olaf Schmidt; David Schulz; Pablo Serna; Justin Shows; Shivendra Shukla; Donald Sievert; Amy Simons; David Singh; Daniel Sipe; Gary Smith; Mark Smith; Pamela Smith; Penny Smith-Paris; Alexandra Socarides; Donald Spiers; Ann Stanton; Mary Ann Stegmaier; Jonathan Stemmle; Bethany Stone; Trista Strauch
V Ashley Vancil-Leap
W Timothy Waid; Justin Walensky; Paul Wallace; Barbara Wallach; Juan Wang; Nicholas Watanabe; Steven Watts; Patrick Westhoff; Annice Wetzel; Jarrett Whistance; Steve Whitney; Charles Wiedmeyer; Don Willis; Kristy Wilson-Bowers; Ian Worthington; John Wright
Z Qi Zhang
We apologize if we have missed anyone (this is always a list in progress). Please contact us at email@example.com to add your name.