LAS Awards Ceremony

STUDENT AWARD WINNERS BY DEPARTMENT

Biology - Samuel Metcalfe

Biomedical Science - George Ladas

Environmental Science - Pamela Taylor

Biochemistry - Ashley Shoemaker

Chemistry - Zalan Shah

Medical Laboratory Science - Jalen Pehmoeller

Computer Science & Information Systems - Qing Qing Yang

English - Molly Winistorfer

History - Andrew Wilson

International Studies - Loretta Ewert

LAS Economics - William Brown

Mathematics - Zachary Knepper

Philosophy - Dale McGwire Hidden

Physics - Joseph Marano

Political Science - Nicholas Modine

Psychology - Madison Dillerud

Religious Studies - Madison Dillerud

Sociology - Teresa Barden

Criminology - Mia Jones

Social Work - Melissa Tran

World Languages & Cultures - Alejandro Mendoza

Departmental Awards

Carl Wilhelm Scheele Scholastic Award - Sharbel Khoury

John Shroyer Undergraduate Service Award - Brady Hammer

Kenneth E. Kolb-Kurt W. Field Undergraduate Research Award - Alex Kuiken and Shanceline Young

ACS Collegiate Scholar Award - Ryan O’Connor and Audrey Stoewer

Peter Dusenbery Award for Outstanding Senior in Literary Studies - Mya Trager

Outstanding Senior in English Education - Jade Sewell

Senior Scholar Award - Giuliana Piccione

Edgar L. Chapman Critical Essay Award - Daniela Barzallo; Finalist: Lydia Wagenbach

Robert DeGise Professional Writing Award -

Olive B. White Creative Writing Award - Maddie Maslan (poetry) and Kelly Kincaid (fiction)

Ballowe Scholarship in Creative Writing - Kirsten Van Zee

Stein American Academy of Poets Prize - Kristyn Stallings

Chester Sipple Poetry Award - 1st-Jahne Manifold, 2nd-Heather Martin, 3rd-Kristyn Stallings

Nicolas Nyaradi Memorial Award - Jossie Ward

John R. Howard Award - Loretta Ewert and Nina Marjanovic

Kavanagh Law Firm Endowed Scholarship - David Daye and Karla Valencia

William Voelker Jr. Endowed Scholarship - Sabrina Doueihi

Hager W. Bach Endowed Scholarship - Natally Jawhar

Professor John H. Harvey International Experience Endowment - Marisa Keeve

Global Scholars

Drew Kohlberg
Nina Marjanovic
Nicholas Modine
Ryan O’Connor (double degree)
Himal Patel (double degree)
Jossie Ward (double degree)
Brandy Wayne (double degree)
Andrew Wilson (double degree)

Undergraduate Summer Research & Artistry Award Recipients 2021

Madison Dillerud
Abigail Irwin
Giuliana Piccione
Zaman Shah
Pamela Taylor

Undergraduate Summer Research & Artistry Award Recipients 2022

Patrick Menke
Alexa Boland
Gia-Marie Calbaza
Gabe Putnam
Nandia Gonzalez
Kailey Karder

LAS Faculty Award Winners

Robert F. DeGise and Bernard T. Hofreiter Affiliate Teaching Excellence Award - Phil Luciano and Phil Luciano, Department of English

Claire Etaugh Teaching Excellence Award - Dr. Deborah Kessler, Department of World Languages & Cultures

Kevin Stein and Robert Fuller Notable Publication Award - Dr. John Williams, Department of History

Patricia Campbell Award for Outstanding Service - Amy Summers, LAS Dean’s Office

Distinguished Alumnus Award - Rusty Perdew, Department of Political Science & Philosophy

Faculty Receiving Tenure and/or Promotion

Tenure - Dr. Udo Schnupf, Mund-Lagowski Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Promotion to the rank of associate professor with tenure - Dr. John Marino, Department of Biology

Promotion to the rank of associate professor with tenure - Dr. Arijit Sengupta, Mund-Lagowski Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Promotion to the rank of associate professor with tenure - Dr. Megan Remmel, Department of Political Science and International Studies

Promotion to the rank of full professor - Dr. Keith Johnson, Department of Biology

Promotion to the rank of full professor - Dr. Seth Katz, Department of English

Retiring Faculty Members

Dr. Jiangbo Liu, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems

Dr. Mike McAsey, Department of Mathematics

Dr. Mark Gobeyn, Department of Political Science and International Studies

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