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Outstanding Faculty Awards
The Outstanding Faculty Awards, established by the Academic Senate in 1992, are presented in recognition of the importance of teaching and the role of the faculty in the shared governance of our University. The Awards commend the superior accomplishments of faculty and acknowledge our sense of community and faculty commitment to excellence in the life of our University and community.
Recipients of these awards are recognized for having positively affected the life of the University through their teaching, service, or scholarly and creative activities, displaying consistent and engaging collegiality and a strong commitment to students throughout their career at California State University, Sacramento.
Shannon Pella - Teaching Credentials
Scholarly and Creative Activity
Corinne Lardy - Teaching Credentials
Chia-Jung Chung - Teaching Credentials
Dale Allender - Teaching Credentials (Collaborative Award)
Aaminah Norris - Teaching Credentials (Collaborative Award)
COE Teaching Award Recipients
The Award affirms the importance of teaching in the life of the faculty and recognizes and honors outstanding teachers for their teaching effectiveness and their impact on the lives of their students
COE Scholarly & Creative Activity Award Recipients
The Award reflects the importance of scholarship and discipline-related works in the life and role of the faculty and recognizes and honors outstanding researchers, writers, artists and those who have made significant contributions to their respective fields.
COE University Service Award Recipients
The Award affirms the importance of faculty participation in the governance of the University, recognizes and honors faculty for their outstanding contributions as members of committees, as chairs of committees, for their efforts in curriculum development and advising or special assignments at the department, college and university level.
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COE Community Service Award Recipients
The Award recognizes and highlights the important connection between the University’s mission and the faculty’s application of knowledge and skills in addressing community needs. The accomplishments of these honorees are representative of the service undertaken by many of our faculty through their active engagement throughout the Sacramento region and the contributions they make in adding to the public good.