Ten Comparative Humanities instructors recognized as Student Champions

Ten members of the Department of Comparative Humanities have been recognized as Student Champions by interim president Lori Stewart Gonzalez and interim provost Gerry Bradley.

Ten members of the Department of Comparative Humanities have been recognized as Student Champions by interim president Lori Stewart Gonzalez and interim provost Gerry Bradley:

  • Pamela Beattie
  • Simona Bertacco
  • Kathryn Green
  • Michael Hagan
  • Ann Hall
  • Beau Kilpatrick
  • Brandon McCormack
  • Thomas Stewart Jr.
  • Steven Watkins
  • Michael Williams

This year, more than 700 students submitted recommendations for Student Champion Awards, yielding 547 recipients representing several schools, colleges and offices. The College of Arts & Sciences received the most nominations, with student submissions recognizing 173 faculty and staff across multiple departments.

“Our Student Champion Award recipients demonstrate the kind of faculty and staff that make UofL a great place to learn,” said Bradley. “Their commitment exemplifies the Cardinal Principles of Community of Care and Noble Purpose. The support they provided and the relationships they developed were vital to the university’s mission.”