Charles Wexler Teaching Award Nomination

Each year in the spring, we present the Charles Wexler Teaching Award to recognize and reward outstanding teaching of upper division undergraduate courses by faculty of the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. 

The winner is selected from nominations made by undergraduate students — like you -- with majors in our school. Your nomination is very important.

Knowing that the spirit of this award places special emphasis on outstanding teaching of 300 and 400 level undergraduate depth courses, as well as mentoring of undergraduates conducting research projects, make your nomination from the list below.

If the faculty you want to nominate is not listed above, write in their name.


Tell us why this faculty member deserves to win the Charles Wexler Teaching Award. *

Include the specific classes you have taken with this instructor, and provide details about why their teaching and mentoring is worthy of this award.