Excellence in Teaching, 2018

Tyler Jamison

Tyler Jamison is passionate about teaching undergraduate students in the areas of family relationships, aging and human development, and she receives consistently high course evaluations for her teaching. She has a reputation among her students for being a very attentive mentor, providing generously of her time and providing helpful guidance. Among other words of praise, her students have commented that:

“This course has been one of my favorite classes in my four years here at UNH. The subject and topics can be controversial and difficult to learn, but the way it was taught and the content was very insightful.”

“Normally I do not like to talk in class, but Tyler gave me a sense of confidence and I wanted to share my thoughts. Whenever I need help or have questions, she is always there. She has been my favorite professor.”

One year, 21 graduating seniorslisted Professor Jamison in their Commencement and Honors Convocation registrations as a professor who influenced them during their time at UNH. We’re happy to present Tyler Jamison with the College of Health and Human Services Faculty Excellence Award.

About This Award

Each year, the University selects a small number of its outstanding faculty for special recognition of their achievements in teaching, scholarship, and service. Awards for Excellence in Teaching are given in each college and school, and University-wide awards recognize public service, research, teaching, and engagement.