Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: March 31, 2004 CU-Boulder students have selected three faculty members to receive 2004 Teaching Recognition Awards for their excellent classroom skills. The recipients are Joseph Berta, instructor of psychology; Cathy Comstock, senior instructor and faculty director of the Farrand Residential Academic Program; and Kenneth Gall, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Comstock also received the award in 1990. The three will be honored during the 74th Annual Alumni Awards Ceremony in Old Main Chapel at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 5. Each spring since 1962, students have voted for outstanding teachers in the only CU-Boulder faculty awards program chosen and administered by undergraduate students. The award program is conducted by the Herd, the student group of the CU-Boulder Alumni Association, based on nominations and voting done this year by a record 2,450 students. Each recipient receives a $1,000 prize from the Directors Club of the Alumni Association. The public is invited to attend the free Alumni Awards Ceremony on May 5. To make reservations, please call (303) 492-8484.