Professor Jerome Bump Wins the Plan II Chad Oliver Teaching Award
Posted: May 17, 2013
Jerome Bump with his Oliver Award
The Department of English congratulates Professor Jerome Bump on winning the Plan II Chad Oliver Teaching Award.
Formerly known as the Plan II Teaching Award, the prize was first awarded in 1990 to Chad Oliver, who was a graduate of Plan II in the Harry Ransom years and later, for many years, a much-loved professor in Social Science 301. On his retirement, students voted to name the award for him. This honor has recognized one outstanding professor each year for his or her excellence in teaching and dedication to Plan II. Each year, the Chad Oliver Teaching award recipient is announced at the spring Plan II Honors Graduation Convocation.
Find out more about the Chad Oliver award here.