Kansas University officials announced two more Kemper Fellowship winners for Teaching Excellence on Friday.
Dorice Elliott, associate professor of English, and J. Frederick Devlin, associate professor of geology, both earned $7,500 checks along with the award.
The fellowships recognize outstanding teachers and advisers at KU, and are determined by a seven-member selection committee.
In their 15th year, the awards are supported by gifts totaling $650,000 from the William T. Kemper Foundation and $650,000 in matching funds from KU Endowment.
Five more recipients will be announced in the coming days.