- Lieber Memorial Teaching Associate Award (1979)
Lois Einhorn earned her Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1979.
Einhorn is a Professor of English at Binghamton University. She has taught courses on compassion and nonviolent communication, communication, ethics and social action, rhetorical foundations, oral communication skills, ghostwriting, a graduate course on teaching oral communication skills, and an
off-campus-college internship seminar.
Einhorn is the author of Forgiveness and Child Abuse: Would YOU Forgive? published in 2006, The Native American Oral Tradition: Voices of the Spirit and Soul, Helen Keller the Speaker: Blind but Seen, Deaf but Heard, Abraham Lincoln the Orator: Penetrating the Lincoln Legend, and Effective Employment Interviewing: Unlocking Human Potential.
Einhorn's many awards include the Karl Wallace Award from 1982, Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching from 1982, Past President's Award from the Eastern Communication Association in 1985, Donald H. Ecroyd Award for Outstanding Teaching in Higher Education from 1989, the Everett Lee Hunt Award from the Eastern Communication Association for her book Abraham Lincoln the Orator: Penetrating the Lincoln Legend awarded in 1993, the National Speaker's Association Outstanding Professor Award also from 1993, the Dean's Research Semester Award from 1994, a Distinguished Teaching Fellow from Eastern Communication Association in 1999, a Distinguished Research Fellow in 2000, the Hero of Forgiveness, Reconciliation, & Peace Award from the World Forgiveness Alliance in 2004, and the Robert Kibler Award from the National Communication Association in 2005.