April 7, 2003
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|Faculty Achievement Awards presented at Convocation
Congratulations to Mrs. Linda
Clark, Dr. Robert Engelken and Dr. Kim Pittcock, who
were named recipients of the 2002-03 faculty achievement awards given
by the Board of Trustees during a Convocation of Scholars ceremony
Tuesday. Clark, assistant professor of speech communication,
received the ASU Board of Trustees Faculty Award for Teaching
Excellence. Engelken, professor of electrical engineering,
received the ASU Board of Trustees Faculty Award for Scholarship. Pittcock,
assistant professor of horticulture, received the ASU Board of
Trustees Faculty Award for Professional Service. A university committee
reviews nominations from professional colleagues and makes the
more details in the NewsPage release.
Retiring faculty named
to emeritus status
Nine faculty members who are
retiring this academic year were recognized during the annual Faculty
Honors Convocation for their longtime service to ASU. Each of the nine
has taught at ASU for 10 years or more, and therefore were named to
emeritus status in recognition of their contributions. An individual
tribute to each of the retirees was presented, highlighting their
accomplishments and involvement. They also received a certificate of emeritus status.
Those recognized and their lengths of service
at ASU were:
--James Cathey, instructor in radio-television in the Department of
Radio-Television, 17 years.
--Bonnie Deuter, assistant professor of nursing in the Department of
Nursing, 30 years.
--Gary Leibrock, instructor in physical education in the Department of
Health, Physical Education and Sport Sciences, 27 years.
--Evan Lindquist, professor of art in the Department of Art, 40 years.
--Dr. Richard McGhee, professor of English and interim dean in the
College of Arts and Sciences, 12 years.
--Dr. Paul Nave, professor of chemistry and chair in the Department of
Chemistry and Physics, 34 years.
--Dr. Mildred Vance, professor of education in the Department of
Teacher Education, 54 years.
--Dr. Carl Vaupel, professor of education in the Department of Teacher
Education, 31 years.
--Patricia Lawson Welch, instructor in health education in the
Department of Health, Physical Education and Sport Sciences, 25 years.
faculty and students present at national meeting
Congratulations to the faculty and students from the Department of
Chemistry who presented papers and posters at the American Chemical Society
meeting. Read more details in Campus News.
premiere draws support to Heritage Studies
world premiere screening of the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of
John Grisham's best-seller, "A Painted House," will take
place at ASU's Fowler Center next Monday night. The presentation
is a fund-raiser for the Ph.D. program in heritage studies. A
news release about the program and how it will benefit from Grisham's
support is on the NewsPage.
Multicultural Week 2003 begins Monday
"We all Smile in the Same Language" is the theme for Multicultural Week 2003, April 7-11. The
week of activities will improve
awareness and diversity of cultures on the ASU campus. Watch for the attractive posters
listing the schedule. For more details, contact Aida Ali, International Students Association
president and SGA minority affairs director, at 972-2050 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or
Farinam Moeeni, Student Activities Board, senior multicultural
director, at 972-2055 or email@example.com.
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