Top faculty honored

The "best of the best" faculty were recognized during a special awards ceremony Wednesday‚ Aug. 16‚ following the annual Opening of the University program.

Georgia (Aug 17, 2006) — The "best of the best" faculty were recognized during a special awards ceremony Wednesday‚ Aug. 16‚ following the annual Opening of the University program.

Distinguished Professor Award:

Pam Cole
Professor of Middle Grades English Education and Associate Director‚ Center for Services‚ Outreach and Partnerships

Distinguished Teaching Award:

Mary L. Garner
Associate Professor of Mathematics

Distinguished Service Award:

Ronghua Ouyang
Professor of Educational Technology

Distinguished Scholarship Award:

Robert Sherer
Assistant Professor of Art

Foundation Prize Awards:

Robert Sherer
Assistant Professor of Art

Lucy F. Ackert
Professor of Finance

Alice W. Terry
Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education

Mitchell A. Collins
Professor of Health‚ Physical Education and Sport Science

Catherine M. Lewis
Associate Professor of History & Women's Studies

Nikolaos Kidonakis
Assistant Professor of Physics


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