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UVa-Wise honors outstanding faculty members

 

The University of Virginia’s College at Wise recognized faculty achievements during the annual Faculty Awards Luncheon on May 3.

  
The following UVa-Wise faculty received Harrison Awards:

 Ann Duesing received the Outstanding Instructional Support award, which is presented to a faculty member who has provided exceptional service to students and the college with activities that support the academic program.

Kristina Feeser received the Mentoring Undergraduate Research award, which is presented to the faculty member who fosters the kinds of relationships with undergraduates that result in research appropriate for publication or public presentation.

Catana Turner received the Outstanding Academic Contribution award, which is presented to faculty members who make a major contribution to enhancing the entire academic program of the college.

Witold Wolny received the Outstanding Service award, which is presented to a faculty member making significant contributions to the college and the community.

 Cynthia Wilkey received the Outstanding Advising award, which is presented to a faculty member who has provided exceptional service to students through advising and related activities that support the academic program.

John Mark Adrian received the Outstanding Research and Publication award, which is earned by a faculty member who has made significant contributions to published research in his or her discipline.
  
David Chambers received the Rising Star award, which is presented to a faculty member with fewer than five years of full-time teaching experience who exemplifies excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.

Margie Tucker received the Outstanding Teaching award, which is presented to a faculty member who excels in classroom teaching and works particularly well with students.

Margie Tucker also received the Student Government Association's first teaching award voted by the student body.
  
Amy Clark was recognized for being nominated for the State Council for High Education in Virginia’s Outstanding Faculty Award.

John Mark Adrian was recognized for being nominated for the State Council for Higher Education in Virginia's Rising Star Award.