Honors College classes are taught by selected faculty members from departments across Kent State University's campus. Over 200 faculty members are involved with honors students each year. Detailed information can be found about faculty by searching each College and School's website. Professors welcome contact from students.
Download the latest version of the Honors College Faculty Handbook.
Each year Honors students and alumni have the opportunity to recognize excellence in Honors teaching by submitting nominations for the Distinguished Honors Faculty Award. The recipient is honored at the spring Senior Honors Luncheon. Years of service, advising of independent work, and a proven record of strong teaching performance are considered. If you are a current Honors student or an alumna/us of the Honors College, please take a few minutes to nominate a deserving faculty member.
Have someone you'd like to nominate? It's easy. Complete the nomination form.
2011 Don-John Dugas, English
2010 Kimberly Todd-White, English
2009 Susan Sainato, English
2008 Dennis Nygren, Music
2007 Kimberly Winebrenner, English
2006 Richard Craig, Political Science
2006 E. Timothy Moore, Pan-African Studies
2005 Leslie Heaphy, History
2004 Surinder Bhardwaj, Geography
2003 Allan C. Dooley, English
2002 Rathindra N. Bose, Chemistry
2001 Christina M. McVay, English/Pan-African Studies
2000 James R. Delisle, Educational Foundations and Special Services
1999 Daniel Berardinelli, English
1998 Paul Brandt, English
1998 Ruth Ludwig, Nursing
1997 Clyde W. Jentoft, English
1996 Edwin S. Gould, Chemistry
1995 Denzel E. Benson, Sociology
1994 Gertrude A. Steuernagal, Political Science
1993 David R. Ewbank, English
1993 Bobby L. Smith, English
1992 Donald F. Palmer, Geology
1991 Thomas R. Hensley, Political Science