John Tate Award Recipients

The John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising is named in honor of John Tate, Professor of Physics and first Dean of University College (1930-41). The Tate Awards serve to recognize and reward high-quality academic advising. They call attention to the contribution academic advising makes to helping students formulate and achieve intellectual, career, and personal goals. By highlighting examples of outstanding advising, the Tate Awards identify professional models and celebrate the role that academic advising plays in the University’s educational mission.

Past recipients from CFANS:
 
Sheryl Bolstad
Senior Academic Adviser
CFANS Student Services
2011-12

Maggie Kubak
Assistant Director
Career and Internship Services
2010-11

Gary Cooper
Academic Adviser
Student Services & Department of Applied Economics
2007-08

Dorothy Anderson
Professor
Department of Forest Resources
2003-04

Ulrike Tschirner
Professor
Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering
2002-03

Mark Bultmann
Student Services Director
College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences
2000-01

Bill Ganzlin
Student Services Director
College of Natural Resources
1999-2000

Kent Olson
Professor
Department of Applied Economics
1997-98

Lawrence H. Smith
Professor
Department of Horticultural Science
1989-1990