2009 A&S Faculty Awards

College of Arts and Sciences awards for faculty in the areas of teaching, service, and research, scholarship, and creative activity. The college also presents the "Dean's Award for Outstanding Department Leadership" and "Dean's Award for Outstanding Departmental Advising"

Dean Blaine Hudson and the College of Arts and Sciences gathered April 17, 2009 to recognize the achievements of the following:

A&S and UNIVERSITY AWARD HONOREES

  • Beth A. Boehm, English (Distinguished Service Award for Service to the University)
  • John T. Cumbler, History (Career Achievement Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Research and Creative Activity)
  • Robert C. Powers, Mathematics (Distinguished Teaching Award for Full-time Teaching)

A&S AWARD HONOREES

  • Thomas B. Byers, English (A&S Distinguished Service Award for Service to the Community)
  • Beverly S. Edwards, Communication (A&S Distinguished Teaching Award for Part-time Teaching)
  • Rinda L. Frye, Theatre Arts (A&S Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity Award in the category of the Creative and Performing Arts)
  • Zijiang He, Psychological and Brain Sciences (A&S Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity Award in the category of Basic and Applied Sciences)
  • Robert D. Luginbill, Classical and Modern Languages (A&S Award for Distinguished Teaching for Full-time Teaching)
  • Suzanne Meeks, Psychological and Brain Sciences (A&S Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity Award in the category of Social Sciences)
  • Raphael C. Njoku, History (A&S Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activity Award in the category of Social Sciences)

DEAN'S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING DEPARTMENT LEADERSHIP

  • David N. Brown, Department of Physics and Astronomy

VICTOR A. OLORUNSOLA ENDOWED RESEARCH AWARD FOR YOUNG SCHOLARS

  • Keith B. Lyle, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences

DEAN’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING DEPARTMENTAL ADVISING

  • Department of Communication
  • Department of English
  • Department of Fine Arts
  • Department of Geography and Geosciences
  • Division of Humanities
  • Department of Justice Administration
  • Liberal Studies Program
  • Department of Pan-African Studies
  • Department of Physics and Astronomy
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Sociology
  • Department of Women’s and Gender Studies