Faculty/Staff Accolades Archive
Chad Heinzel's earth science short-term program in Italy was named a Top Pick in the 2012 Abroad101 Study Abroad Rankings presented by STA Travel.
Susan Hill, philosophy and world religions, was elected to the American Academy of Religion Board.
Christopher Denison, health, physical education and leisure services, received the Horace Moody Award for his outstanding commitment to student development.
Jean Neibauer, academic advising, received the Outstanding Advisor Award by the National Academic Advising Association.
2012 Regents Excellence Awards: Tim Bakula, financial aid; Ken Bauer, information technology; Rosanne L. Lang, dining services; and Lyn Redington, residence life.
2012 Regents Faculty Excellence Awards: Larry Escalada, physics; Helen Harton, psychology; Vince Gotera, languages and literatures; Chris Edginton, health, physical education & leisure services; Ken Brown, economics.
Karen Mitchell, communication studies, was selected for the Leslie Irene Coger Award for Distinguished Performance by the National Communication Association.
Bettina Fabos, communication studies, Kevin Finn, health, physical education and leisure services and Tammy Gregersen, languages and literatures, were named Fulbright Scholars for 2012-2013. Fabos and Finn will conduct research in Hungary. Gregersen will teach at the University of Santiago in Chile.