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Achievements

Provost Distinguished Professor of English, Dr. Hillary Eklund, won the College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Excellence in Advising Award for 2022. Meanwhile, Dorothy Harrell Brown Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Center for Editing and Publishing, Dr. Christopher Schaberg, penned the article, "Quitting Academic Twitter" for Inside Higher Education this May.

The 2022 recipients are Chad Hill and Jonathan Andino Moncada!

This is a departmental award that emphasizes scholarship and research achievement in physics and is given by the faculty of the Physics Department as a token of confidence and encouragement.

The History and Philosophy Departments joined together to hold an awards ceremony for students in the department. Students Jesse Coleman, Allyssa Edwards, Franco Fuenes, Henry Glick, Delaney Harper, Jesse LeBouef, and Joeseph Pitre were awarded for their excellence as students, writers, and leaders. Faculty from both departments came together with friends and family of the awardees to express their support for the students. 

 

You can find photos taken by Dr. Justin Nystrom here.

The History and Philosophy Departments joined together to hold an awards ceremony for students in the department. Students Jesse Coleman, Allyssa Edwards, Franco Fuenes, Henry Glick, Delaney Harper, Jesse LeBouef, and Joeseph Pitre were awarded for their excellence as students, writers, and leaders. Faculty from both departments came together with friends and family of the awardees to express their support for the students. 

 

You can find photos taken by Dr. Justin Nystrom here.

The 2022 recipient is Bradley Kerkhof. 

This award is chosen by the faculty from the Department of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and Computer Science, and is awarded by the Dean of the College of Arts and SCiences.

The 2022 Recipient is Kimia Mirlohi.

This is a departmental award names in honor of Karl Maring S.J., a former professor. This award is presented to students who have demonstrated scholarship in physics and who have by their knowledge and enthusiasm encouraged others in the study of physics.  

The 2022 recipients are Joshua Leaney (left in this picture) and Ayana Smith

This is a departmental award for achievement in an extracurricular research project. The award is given by the faculty of the Physics Department as a token of recognition for outstanding work in executing , and disseminating the results of a research project. Unfortunately, Ayana smith could not attend the awards ceremony. 

Congratulations to Gabriela Spizale, for winning a 2022 Student Achievement Award in Research from Division 53 of APA (Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology). This award was based on work she recently presented at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America conference held in Denver (“The Relation Among Parental Psychological Control, Intellectual Functioning, and Child Anxiety in an Ethnically Diverse Sample of Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder”). 

Each year the English department recognizes English majors who excel in each of our three major tracks: Literature, Writing, and Film & Digital Media. This year's winner of the Award of Excellence in Literature, Roman Audi, is not pictured. And Mojo Williams, not pictured, won the Award of Excellence in Film and Digital Media. This year, however, there was a three-way tie for the Award of Excellence in Writing. Here are those awarding-winning juniors:

Dr. Mark Gossiaux, Professor of Philosophy, received the College of Arts & Sciences 2022 Excellence in Research Award. A noted scholar of late medieval philosophy, Dr. Gossiaux was recognized for his 2021 article, "James of Viterbo on Seminal Reasons as inchoationes formarum" which was published in Vivarium, one of the leading journals in the world for the study of medieval philosophy and widely recognized as an unrivaled resource for the history of logic, semantics, epistemology, and metaphysics.

 

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