2016 CHSS Faculty and Staff Awards
KENNESAW, Ga. (Apr 28, 2016) — The CHSS Faculty and Staff Awards recognize those in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences that have made outstanding contributions to the college through their dedication, hard work and commitment. We congratulate all of the nominees and the winners for leaving a lasting impact on their departments, the students and their colleagues.
Additionally, the CHSS Faculty and Staff Awards recognize those who published research in their field. Research publications exhibit the advancement of new knowledge that comes from Kennesaw State. Advancing research is not only important for higher education holistically, but it is also important for the KSU community because new knowledge pushes us to expand our horizons and thought processes.
Staff Award Winners:
Above the Call (student worker) – Samaica Deshetty, School of Communication and Media
Excellence in Customer Service – Clara Ginn, Department of Political Science and International Affairs
Outstanding Team Member – Milya Maxfield, Writing Center
Faculty Award Winners:
Outstanding Diversity Advocate – Roxanne Donovan, Department of Psychology & Interdisciplinary Studies Department
Outstanding Engagement – Jennifer Dickey, Department of History and Philosophy
Outstanding Teaching – Rochelle Harris, Department of English
Outstanding Research and Creativity – Christopher Pallas, Department of Political Science and International Affairs
Outstanding Professional Service – David Jones, Department of History and Philosophy
Distinguished Part-time Teaching – Ruth Padan, Department of Foreign Languages
Distinguished Early Career – Jeanne Bohannon, Department of Digital Writing and Media Arts
Distinguished Professor – Gerrit Voogt, Department of History and Philosophy