Top, left to right: Albert Cheng, Casey T. Harris, Jacquelyn Mosley and Alejandro Rojas; below: Meredith Scafe, Zhenghui Sha, Jennifer Veilleux and Amelia VillaseÃ±or.
The Associate Student Government and Congress of Professional Graduate Students have named eight recipients as Outstanding Faculty Members of the Year. Graduate and undergraduate students have been invited to nominate faculty members from across campus to be considered for this award.
The Congress of Professional Graduate Students and Associate Student Government reviewed all applications from undergraduate and graduate students. The winners are listed below:
Albert Cheng, Assistant Professor – College of Education and Health Professions, Department of Education Reform
Casey T. Harris, Associate Professor – Fulbright College, Department of Sociology and Criminology
Jacquelyn Mosley, Professor – Bumpers College, School of Human Environmental Sciences
Alejandro Rojas, Assistant Professor – Bumpers College, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
Meredith Scafe, Graduate Assistant – Fulbright College, Department of Psychological Sciences
Zhenghui Sha, Assistant Professor – College of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Jennifer Veilleux, Associate Professor – Fulbright College, Department of Psychological Sciences
Amelia VillaseÃ±or, Assistant Professor – Fulbright College, Department of Anthropology
The students nominated their teachers for this recognition by writing open-ended responses. These nominations were judged by student juries selected by both the Associate Student Government and the Congress of Professional Graduate Students. ASG and GPSC would like to thank all faculty members for their hard work and dedication to the students. Questions regarding Faculty Appreciation Awards or any other program should be directed to the ASG Vice President at [email protected]
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