Thirteen Comparative Humanities instructors recognized as Student Champions

Thirteen members of the Department of Comparative Humanities have been recognized as Student Champions by UofL president Neeli Bendapudi and provost Lori Stewart Gonzalez.

Thirteen members of the Department of Comparative Humanities have been recognized as Student Champions by UofL president Neeli Bendapudi and provost Lori Stewart Gonzalez:

  • Pamela Beattie
  • Simona Bertacco
  • Hilaria Cruz
  • Finley Freibert
  • Roy Fuller
  • Michael Hagan
  • Rasheed Ismaila
  • Michael Johmann
  • Katie Kleinkopf
  • Brandon McCormack
  • Patrick Pranke
  • Eric Shoemaker
  • Michael Williams

Lori Stewart Gonzalez, UofL’s new executive vice president and university provost, reached out to students on April 8 requesting their help in identifying the faculty and staff members who went above and beyond for them during this unprecedented year.

“We have so many employees who are dedicated to creating meaningful educational experiences for you. Many have really gone above and beyond expectations to provide support to you as you navigated this very difficult year. I want to bring attention to these individuals on our campus who have been steadfast in their support when it was most needed. As provost, it is important for me to know who on our campus has provided critical support to help you succeed.”

More than 1,100 students submitted the two-minute survey provided in the provost’s email, yielding 778 different faculty and staff member names. This inaugural recognition effort from the provost’s office honored all the nominated employees as Student Champions.

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