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April 9, 2007
Sacramento State Bulletin

Outstanding teaching, service honored at annual event

Sacramento State has announced the 2006-07 Outstanding Teaching, Community Service and University Service Award recipients. They will be honored at a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1 in the University Union Ballroom III.

The Outstanding Teaching Awards program is designed to recognize excellence in teaching. This year’s recipients are:

  • College of Arts and Letters: Kimo Ah Yun, Communication Studies
  • College of Business Administration: Chris Sablynski, Business Administration
  • College of Education: Kristin Alexander, Child Development
  • College of Engineering and Computer Science: John Clevenger, Computer Science
  • College of Health and Human Services: Brad Stockert, Physical Therapy
  • College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Susanne Lindgren, Biological Sciences
  • College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies: George Parrott, Psychology
  • Library: Betty Ronayne

The Outstanding Community Service Awards program recognizes faculty who apply their knowledge and skills in addressing community needs that enhances the public good rather than for personal income or corporate profit. The recipients are:

  • College of Arts and Letters: Shirley Moore, History
  • College of Education: Theresa Roberts, Child Development
  • College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Ruth Ballard, Biological Sciences
  • College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies: Greg Mark, Ethnic Studies

The Lifetime Achievement Award for Community Service recognizes extraordinary commitment over the long term and a legacy of significant, enduring contributions to the community at-large for a decade or more. This year’s recipient is Barbara O’Connor, Communication Studies, from the College of Arts and Letters.

The Outstanding University Service Awards program recognizes the importance of faculty service through leadership and involvement at the University. This year’s recipients are:

  • College of Arts and Letters: Richard Cionco, Music
  • College of Business Administration: Craig Kelley, Business Administration
  • College of Education: Karen Davis O’Hara, Child Development
  • College of Engineering and Computer Science: Anne-Louise Radimsky, Computer Science
  • College of Health and Human Services: Anthony Sheppard, Recreation and Leisure Studies
  • College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics: Mary Ann Reihman, Biological Sciences
  • College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies: Mark Siegler, Economics

The recipients will be recognized at the May 1 event and presented with a personal plaque. They will also be acknowledged on plaques displayed in the office of the dean of each College.

 



 

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