For engaging students intellectually
In 2012, the College instituted the Helen Mulvey Faculty Award for Fostering Student Achievement, endowed by an anonymous alumna to honor the late Helen Mulvey, who retired from the College in 1983 as the Brigida Pacchiani Ardenghi Professor Emeritus of History.
The award is presented annually to a faculty member who embodies Mulvey's legendary commitment to engaging students intellectually and teaching them to love learning. It recognizes an assistant professor who regularly offers classes that challenge students to work harder than they thought they could and to reach unanticipated levels of academic achievement.
Recipients of the Helen Mulvey Award:
2019: Ariella R. Rotramel, gender, sexuality and intersectionality studies
2018: Virginia Anderson, theater
2017: Monika Lopez-Anuarbe, economics
2016: Tanya Schneider, chemistry
2015: Caroleen Sayej, government and international relations
2014: Afshan Jafar, sociology
2013: Anthony Graesch, anthropology
2012: Cherise Harris, sociology, inaugural recipient