Winners of 2019 University Faculty/Staff Awards
May 1, 2019
The following faculty and staff members in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences were winners of a 2019 University Faculty/Staff Award. The University announcement can be found on this page.
Vicki Martin, fiscal technician in the School of Education, received the President’s Award for Excellence.
Carol A. Mullen, professor in the School of Education, was recognized with the Alumni Award for Excellence in Research.
Patricia Raun, professor of performance and voice in the School of Performing Arts and director of the Center for Communicating Science, and Carolyn Kroehler, associate director of the Center for Communicating Science, were the recipients of the Alumni Award for Outreach Excellence – Team.
The Department of Religion and Culture was recognized with the Presidential Principles of Community Award.
Robert P. Stephens, associate professor in the Department of History, received the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Yannis Stivachtis, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, was the recipient of the Alumni Award for Excellence in International Education.
Amanda Villar, academic adviser in the Religion and Culture, was recognized with the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Advising.
The Virginia Dares team, a collaboration among faculty and students in the School of Performing Arts, the American Indian Studies program, and the School of Visual Arts, garnered a Presidential Principles of Community Award.
The recipients were honored at a special event on May 2 at the Moss Arts Center.