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Dean Atom Yee and award recipients of 2007 (from left to right); Robert Steiner, Simone Billings, Christine Bachen, John Heath, David Tauck and Chad Raphael.

 

College of Arts and Sciences

Fall Convocation

 

September 11, 2007
Center of Performing Arts Recital Hall

 

2007 Award Recipients

Robert Steiner – Theatre and Dance Department
The Nancy Keil Service Excellence Award

In recognition of having established a well-deserved reputation for sustained excellence and initiative in providing technical or administrative support service, and for consistently approaching one’s responsibilities with a professionalism that demonstrates dedication to the welfare of students and others and that leads by example.

Simone Billings – Department of English
Dr. David E. Logothetti Teaching Award

In recognition of having established among colleagues and students a well-deserved reputation for an energetic, engaging, and effective teaching style, and having demonstrated the ability to motivate other teachers and learners.

John Heath – Department of Classics
Professor Joseph Bayma, S.J., Scholarship Award

In recognition of having established among colleagues and students a well-deserved reputation for productive, meaningful, and rigorous scholarly or creative work, and for having demonstrated the ability to motivate other scholars or artists, teachers, and learners.

David Tauck – Department of Biology
Dr. John B. Drahmann Advising Award

In recognition of having established among colleagues and students a well-deserved reputation for extraordinary dedication to student welfare through wise, informed, effective, and caring counsel, and having demonstrated the ability to motivate other teachers and learners.

Christine Bachen and Chad Raphael – Department of Communication
Bernard Hubbard, S.J., Creative Collaboration Award

In recognition of having established a well-deserved reputation for excellence in educating students by including them in professional research projects or creative activity, thereby transcending traditional teaching models to reach the heart of the research and creative process and, in this collaboration, for having inspired other scholars and artists.

 
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