The University of Wisconsin-Platteville College of Liberal Arts and Education recently recognized several faculty and staff members at its 2019 Award Recognition Reception held in the Nohr Gallery, Ullsvik Hall.
Awards were presented to the following individuals:
Academic Staff Excellence in Teaching Award:
Allen Cordingley, director of Jazz Studies, professor of saxophone, Department of Performing and Visual Arts
The purpose of this award is to recognize part-time and full-time academic staff members in the College of LAE who demonstrate excellence in teaching and a commitment to the department, college and university. Recipients are outstanding representatives of the exemplary teachers among their number.
Excellence in Teamwork Award:
New Instructor Learning Community members: Dr. Ann Dillon Farrelly, associate professor of theatre, Department of Performing and Visual Arts; Dr. Kameko Halfmann, assistant professor of psychology, Department of Psychology; and Dr. Amy Nemmetz, associate professor of criminal justice, Department of Criminal Justice
The purpose of this award is to recognize excellence in a department, unit, committee or team in the College of LAE that has worked to enhance academic life at the college, department or unit level.
Excellence in Service Award:
Teresa Stanek, Dean’s Assistant, College of LAE Dean’s Office
The purpose of this award is to recognize a support staff member in the College of LAE who exemplifies the tradition of excellence. Special consideration is given to nominees who have demonstrated service above and beyond their normal duties.
“On behalf of the College of LAE, I offer congratulations to our award recipients,” said Dr. Melissa Gormley, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Education. “I appreciate their leadership in promoting excellence as well as their exceptional commitment to our students, faculty and staff.”
Gormley also acknowledged Dr. Rosalyn Broussard, professor of political science at UW-Platteville, who retired in December. Broussard taught courses in domestic politics and in race, class and gender since fall 1996.
“A huge thank you to Rosalyn for her years of service, commitment and dedication to the university and the College of LAE,” said Gormley.