Minnie Stevens Piper Award
The Piper Professor Award was established by the San Antonio–based Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation in 1958 to annually recognize outstanding college professors across Texas. Selection is made on the basis of nominations; each two and four-year college and university in the state may submit only one nominee annually.
The Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation will honor 10 professors during the 2013–2014 academic year for their dedication to the teaching profession and for their outstanding academic, scientific and scholarly achievement. Each Piper Professor receives a certificate of merit, a gold pin and a $5,000 honorarium.
• Schedule a classroom observation
Timeline for 2014-2015 will be posted by July 31, 2014.
Past UTSA Recipients
2013 – Aaron Cassill, Ph.D.,
Professor of Biology
2012 – John Miller Morris, Ph.D., Professor of Geography
2003 – Felix D. Almaraz, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of History
2001 – Judith Gorman Gardner, M.S., Lecturer III and Coordinator of Composition
1997 – David Michael Senseman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Life Sciences
1994 – Richard Lee Utech, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Marketing
1990 – Richard A. Gambitta, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science
1986 – M. Neal Guentzel, Ph.D., Professor of Life Sciences
1982 – Marian L. Martinello, Ed.D., Associate Professor, Division of Education