Awards & Recognitions


John M. Cassady and Kenneth M. Hale Diversity
Enhancement Award

This award, given annually to a faculty or staff member, recognizes accomplishments that go above and beyond a job role and responsibilities. Award recipients can be a member of a campus organization, student, alumni, faculty, staff or a friend of the college who has implemented policies, procedures and/or programs to enhance diversity on the basis of color, race, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran, or military service status, gender identity, economic status, political belief, marital status or social background. There can be more than one recipient in one year.

2014   Kai Ming Hu

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Miriam R. Balshone Memorial Award For Distinguished Teaching in PharmD

Full-time or part-time faculty; fair in testing and grading; clear course objectives and expectations; material is organized and presented in a clear and understandable fashion; lectures in a style which is conducive to note-taking and learning (pace, voice, stress of major points, etc.); willingness to solve problems of the student; stimulates thinking and arouses interest in his subject; respects the views and opinions of students.

2017   James W. McAuley

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Award For Distinguished Teaching in BSPS

Excellent service to the college; performance which often exceeds the expectations of one's position; demonstrates initiative and creativity in carrying out one's responsibilities; exhibits a courteous and cheerful approach to others in the college community; dependable, reliable, and self-motivated; represents the college in a positive light to all constituencies (i.e., faculty, students, other departments, alumni, the public, etc.); cooperates with and offers support to others.

2017   Jennifer L. Whetstone

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Outstanding Staff Award

Excellent service to the college; performance which often exceeds the expectations of one's position; demonstrates initiative and creativity in carrying out one's responsibilities; exhibits a courteous and cheerful approach to others in the college community; dependable, reliable, and self-motivated; represents the college in a positive light to all constituencies (i.e., faculty, students, other departments, alumni, the public, etc.); cooperates with and offers support to others.

2017    Emily Keeler

Past Recipients