Daniel Krier, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, has been recognized with the 2015 Shakeshaft Master Teacher award.
He will be recognized at the Liberal Arts and Sciences Fall Convocation and Awards Ceremony on Thursday, September 10, at 3:30 p.m. in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
Shakeshaft Master Teacher Presented annually at Iowa State to an outstanding teacher in the humanities and social sciences:
• Daniel Krier, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology. In the past five years, Krier has taught 50 courses to over 4,600 students totaling more than 13,000 student credit hours. Twelve of these courses were distance learning courses that were facilitated by an $18,000 LAS-CAC grant. Krier has reached over 650 students totaling nearly 2,000 student contact hours in the online Introductory Sociology (134X). During this time he has also taught seven extended learning discussion courses for first year LAS students in the Frontiers of the Disciplines. For his leadership in developing new and exciting courses to place bound students and his tireless efforts to recruit and retain students, this award is well deserved.
See all 2015 faculty and staff awards.