Moira Fitzgibbons Receives Top Teaching Award

 Moira Fitzgibbons receives top Marist teaching award

President Dennis J. Murray (right) and Marist Trustee Elizabeth Wolf (left) presented Associate Professor of English Moira Fitzgibbons (center) with the 2012 Board of Trustees Distinguished Teaching Award.

President Dennis J. Murray presented Associate Professor of English Moira Fitzgibbons with the 2012 Board of Trustees Distinguished Teaching Award at the annual faculty convocation in September.

Previously Fitzgibbons had won the Student Government Association’s Faculty of the Year Award for the School of Liberal Arts three times.

Fitzgibbons, who came to Marist in 2003, is well known for helping students understand and appreciate medieval texts and for incorporating technology in the classroom. She is also director of the Core/Liberal Studies program.

She earned her PhD at Rutgers University and her BA at Georgetown University.

 

 

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