Political Science Associate Professor Lorrie Frasure-Yokley was honored by the UCLA Academic Senate as one of the best teachers on campus. Frasure-Yokley received the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty from the UCLA Academic Senate.

UCLA Political Science Associate Professor Lorrie Frasure-Yokley was honored by the UCLA Academic Senate as one of the best teachers on campus. Frasure-Yokley received the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Faculty from the UCLA Academic Senate.

"The recipients of UCLA’s highest honor for teaching, the Distinguished Teaching Awards, were honored by the UCLA Academic Senate at the Andrea L. Rich Night to Honor Teaching awards ceremony at the Chancellor’s residence on Oct. 25. The winners were selected in three categories: senate faculty members, non-senate faculty members and teaching assistants.

Recipients of the award are chosen from nominations by colleagues and leaders across campus, recommendations by students and their involvement in community outreach, along with many other criteria.

The senate faculty awardees were professors Vilma Ortiz, Christopher Kelty, Lorrie Frasure-Yokley, David MacFadyen, Vilma Ortiz, Sarah Abrevaya Stein and Casey Reas."
— Sidney Kantono, October 31, 2018




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