At the Chancellor’s Honors Awards banquet, four faculty members received Research and Creative Achievement—Professional Promise Awards.
Chancellor’s Honors Awards News
Neal S. Eash, professor of biosystems engineering and soil science, and Andrew Seidler, director of the Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships, received Ready for the World awards.
At the Chancellor’s Honors Awards banquet, Caula Beyl, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, received the Notable UT Woman Award.
Leticia Flores and Jennifer Jabson received the LGBT Advocate award.
Four faculty were recognized for their excellence in research, scholarship, and creative achievement, and received the Research and Creative Achievement Award.
Ernest Brothers, associate dean of the Graduate School, received the Hardy Liston Jr. Symbol of Hope Award for demonstrating a commitment to diversity and multiculturalism.
Along with the Teaching Council of the Faculty Senate, the chancellor presented Excellence in Teaching awards to Wendy Bach, Heather Hirschfeld, Jennifer Morrow, and Malissa Peery.
Four faculty and staff members were recognized for Excellence in Advising at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet last week.
Rupy Sawhney, a Heath Fellow in Business and Engineering and a professor of industrial and systems engineering, received the Excellence in Academic Outreach award for his work on outreach initiatives that model effective collaboration between universities and local communities.
Stephanie TerMaath, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering, received the Angie Warren Perkins Award, recognizing her excellence in curriculum development and her contributions to improving the aerospace program.