Faculty/Staff Honors

 
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Congratulations to Alexia Franzidis and Wayland Tseh (second time) for their selection as 2013 Discere Aude Award recipients. The Discere Aude Award recognizes faculty who were nominated for the award directly by students on the Chancellor's Achievement Award List. Those nominations are further vetted by members of the CTE Advisory Board, so that the list of faculty who are awarded each year received the most powerful nominations from our highest-achieving students. Alexia and Wayland will be recognized at the Celebration of Teaching on Thursday, December 5th from 12 to 2pm.

Nice work Alexia and Wayland!

boyce Robert Boyce and Ariana Lipp (EXS student) collaborated on a study investigating the E-learning effects on human anatomy and physiology grades considering gender and grade point average. They will presenting a poster on their study at the Celebration of Teaching Showcase and Event Thursday, December 5th from noon to 2pm in the Clocktower Lounge.
Photo: Congratulations to Jorge Figueroa for having his abstract selected for a poster presentation at the Society for Public Health Education’s (SOPHE) 65th Annual Meeting, Discovery 2014: New Health Education Strategies, Connections & Ideas, which will be held March 19-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. His abstract is entitled Undergraduate Community Health Education Students as Peer Health Education Mentors with Obese Adolescent Females. With a record number of 435 abstracts submitted for this conference, we are proud that Jorge’s abstract was accepted for presentation!

Congratulations Jorge! Congratulations to Jorge Figueroa for having his abstract selected for a poster presentation at theSociety for Public Health Education’s (SOPHE) 65th Annual Meeting, Discovery 2014: New Health Education Strategies, Connections & Ideas, whi...ch will be held March 19-21, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. His abstract is entitled Undergraduate Community Health Education Students as Peer Health Education Mentors with Obese Adolescent Females. With a record number of 435 abstracts submitted for this conference, we are proud that Jorge’s abstract was accepted for presentation!

Congratulations Jorge!
Photo: Join me in congratulating Darwin Dennison who was recently selected by the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) to co-chair (with Dan Duquette from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse) its Public Health Nutrition, Community of Practice (CoP). Way to go Darwin! Join me in congratulating Darwin Dennison who was recently selected by the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) to co-chair (with Dan Duquette from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse) its Public Health Nutrition, Community of Practice (CoP). Way to go Darwin!
Photo: Please join me in congratulating Dr. Dan Johnson of the SHAHS Recreation Therapy program. Associate Professor Dan Johnson has been recognized as a nominee for a Community Achievement Award for his work with Access of Wilmington. He will be recognized on Nov. 16 during a special reception at the Cape Fear Community College’s Union Station Building, in which the winners of the awards will be announced. More information is available at http://uncw.edu/articles/2013/10/hometownheroes2013/.

Congratulations Dan!!
Please join me in congratulating Dr. Dan Johnson of the SHAHS Recreation Therapy program. Associate Professor Dan Johnson has been recognized as a nominee for a Community Achievement Award for his work with Access of Wilmington. He will be ...recognized on Nov. 16 during a special reception at the Cape Fear Community College’s Union Station Building, in which the winners of the awards will be announced. More information is available at http://uncw.edu/articles/2013/10/hometownheroes2013/.

Congratulations Dan!!
Photo: Congratulations to Tamlyn Shields whose DIS student from last spring, Beth Anne Kleekamp, was awarded a $3000 grant from the Landfall Foundation to support Girls on the Run and Stride programming. 

Yet another powerful demonstration of how our faculty mentor students in ways that transcend the typical classroom experience. It is this type of experience that provides our students a truly superlative education.

Great job Tamlyn and congratulations!
Congratulations to Tamlyn Shields whose DIS student from last spring, Beth Anne Kleekamp, was awarded a $3000 grant from the Landfall Foundation to support Girls on the Run and Stride programming.

Yet another powerful demonstration of how... our faculty mentor students in ways that transcend the typical classroom experience. It is this type of experience that provides our students a truly superlative education.

Great job Tamlyn and congratulations!
Photo: Congratulations to our own Lynn Hunt Long on AAHPERD’s acceptance of her mini session titled Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment! Lynn will be presenting the first week of April in St. Louis. Way to go Lynn! For more information please go to http://www.aahperd.org/ . Congratulations to our own Lynn Hunt Long on AAHPERD’s acceptance of her mini session titled Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment! Lynn will be presenting the first week of April in St. Louis. Way to go Lynn! For more information please go to http://www.aahperd.org/ .
Photo: Congratulations to Steve Elliott for being selected as the 2013 University Teacher of the Year by the Physical Education Association (PEA) of the North Carolina Association for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NCAAHPERD). This award is reflects exemplary teaching and a commitment to the discipline of physical education, and Steve is certainly most deserving. He joins our own Sue Combs as Seahawk recipients of this award! 

Excellent work Steve!
Congratulations to Steve Elliott for being selected as the 2013 University Teacher of the Year by the Physical Education Association (PEA) of the North Carolina Association for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NC...AAHPERD). This award is reflects exemplary teaching and a commitment to the discipline of physical education, and Steve is certainly most deserving. He joins our own Sue Combs as Seahawk recipients of this award!

Excellent work Steve!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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