Significant Research

This award recognizes a faculty member for the single most important research endeavor completed within a two-year period of the current term.

☞Nominations for 2022-23 will open early in 2023. Please check back.☜

  • 2020-21 — Gema Zamarro, Professor, Economics and Education Reform
  • 2020-21 — Tingting Liu, Assistant Professor, Nursing
  • 2019-20 — Xinya Liang, Assistant Professor, Educational Statistics and Research Methods
  • 2018-19 — Kristen Jozkowski, Associate Professor, Community Health Promotion
  • 2017-18 — Nicholas Greene, Assistant Professor, Exercise Science
  • 2016-17
    • Jay Greene, Distinguished Professor, Education Reform
    • Lynn Koch, Professor, Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders
  • 2015-16
    • Jason Endacott, Assistant Professor, Social Studies Education
    • Gema Zamarro, Twenty-First Century Endowed Chair, Advising and Research
  • 2014-15 — Hayriye Kayi-Aydar, Assistant Professor, TESOL/Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Education
  • 2013-14 — Peggy Schaefer Whitby, Assistant Professor, Special Education
  • 2012-13 — Claretha Hughes, Associate Professor, Workforce Development
  • 2011-12 — Jay Greene, Twenty-First Century Chair, Education Reform
  • 2010-11
    • Brent Williams, Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Education
    • Patrick Wolf, Twenty-First Century Endowed Chair, School Choice
  • 2009-10
    • George Denny, Professor, Educational Statistics and Research Methods
    • Gary Ritter, Twenty-First Century Chair, Education Policy
  • 2008-09 — Robert Costrell, Twenty-First Century Chair, Education Accountability
  • 2007-08 — Jay Greene, Professor, Education Reform
  • 2006-07
    • George Denny, Professor, Educational Foundations
    • Michael Young, Professor, Health Science
  • 2005-06 — Marianne Neighbors
  • 2004-05 — Merry Moiseichik
  • 2003-04 — Charles Riggs, Professor, Kinesiology
  • 2002-03 — Gary Ritter, Endowed Chair, Education Policy
  • 2001-02 — Lori Turner, Assistant Professor, Health Science