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New York Times
Detroit Free Press
Golden Apple serves
as Fine prize for prof.:
by Michele Hatty He noted that in the time he has
It is Monday, 11 a.m., and the been at the University, students have
Modern Language Building's Aud- changed relatively little in terms of
itorium 4 is a noisy place. Students teachability. "I have not found it
jostle one another as they try to get anymore difficult to teach in one era
settled in the packed lecture hall. In or another," he said, "The times dd
the front of the room, a feisty, older not seem to affect the teachability of
gentleman in a dark suit steps behind students."
the large wooden podium. With a "The biggest change is in
nod to a few students in the front women," he said. "When I first came
row, Professor Sidney Fine is off - here some women thought of careerg
lecturing today on some of the finer outside of the home whereas now
points of World War II. almost all women seem to have:
Fine, who has taught history at some career outside of the home in
the University for 48 years, was se- mind."
lected this year's Golden Apple Lecturing in History 467,
Award winner. "American History 1933 to the
The Golden Apple Award honors Present," Fine has the unique oppor-
teachers who "are intellectually rig- tunity to teach about an era he has
orous, who care deeply about their lived through. "When I entered col
subject matter, their students, and lege in 1938," he said, "the two ma-
about life in general," said Michael jor discussions in our bull sessions
Brooks, executive director of Hillel were the New Deal and the coming
and advisor to the award's organiz- war. We were very concerned about
ing committee, Students Honoring Nazism and Fascism."
Outstanding University Teaching. After completing his undergrad-
As this year's winner, Fine will uate education, Fine served in th4
be awarded a Golden Apple trophy, Navy during World War II as 4
a cash prize of $1,000 and the Japanese translator and interrogatoi.
opportunity to present his ideal Fine said he tries to make lectures,
"last" lecture at Rackham Aud- memorable by relating some of his
itorium March 29. personal experiences. "When I first
Hillel and Apple Computer are began teaching I was reluctant to
the major sponsors of the award. It is mention personal experiences that
co-sponsored by a number of cam- might have been relevant to discus-
pus groups, including UM Engin- sions, but I have found that students
eering Council, Mortar Board, Rack- are especially interested in them."
ham, the Housing Division, and He also uses humorous anecdotes
some academic units. in lecture where a ronrt"You
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Fine, who has lectured to approx-
imately 25,000 students while at the
University, said winning the award
was a pleasant surprise. Although he
has won many awards during his ca-
reer, he said, "This is the only one
that has come from the students -
that makes it very special."
Fine's students said they appre-
ciate that he is easy to reach and
happy to see them. Fine holds five
scheduled office hours a week.
RC junior Michele Young said,
"I go in and visit him weekly. You
don't just go in there for work. He
encourages old students to keep
coming in to meet with him ... He
really seems to me to be the most
accessible professor in this campus."
But Fine said dealing with stu-
dents directly is part of his job. "I
pride myself on being available to
students," he said. "I feel that being
accessible to students in large
classes breaks down the anonymity
in the class."
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should never tell an anecdote just
because it's funny," he said. "It
should always relate to some point
you're trying to make. You don't'
teach to get laughs. It does help stu-
dents to remember people."
Students cited Fine's lecture style
as one of the primary reasons they
think he deserves the Golden Apple.
"He is definitely interesting. The
lectures were amazing. I know
people who would sneak into his
lectures just to hear them," said LSA,
junior Brian Kalt.
LSA senior Sarah Richelew con-
curred. "The lecture style itself is
pretty old-school. He throws out a
lot of information. That's the one
thing I regret. I can't appreciate both'
him and the material while I'm sit-
ting there. He does tell little stories,
and those are very engaging. They
show his first hand experience with
the material," she said.
Bil Kerrigan, who has been a
teaching assistant for Fine for seven.
semesters, said he thinks Fine'.&
commitment to undergraduate stu
dents is apparent. "I think one of the
reasons his lectures are so popular is
that he really cares about the under-
graduates, and I think the under-
graduates know that."
Richelew agreed, "He's a very;
caring person and he's also an'
inspiring professor. That's what I
think (the Golden Apple) award is'
for, to recognize someone with such,
Regarding his future at the'
University, Fine said, "I will con-
tinue teaching as long as I feel I can
give 110 percent in teaching and in
research both. I enjoy it and it seems
to be going well. I get a big kick out
of my teaching, my research and
being with students."
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