College of Education honors nine for contributions
May 14, 2002
KALAMAZOO -- Whether they are working with the government in Latvia or with teachers at a local elementary school, faculty, staff and students from the College of Education are helping to shape the way people live and learn, and several of them were recently honored for their contributions.
The college's 2002 honorees are: Suzanne Timmer, Office of Field Placements, who received the Staff Excellence Award; Carl Woloszyk, family and consumer sciences, who received the Strengthening Community Connections Award; Maija Petersons, family and consumer sciences, who received the Trailblazer Award; Marianne Frauenknecht, health, physical education and recreation, who received the Teaching Excellence Award, Full-time; Judy McGowan, family and consumer sciences, who received the Teaching Excellence Award, Part-time; and DeWayne Anderson, teaching, learning and leadership, who received the Esprit de Corps Award.
Also, three student honorees were recognized with Rising Star awards. They are Rigoberto Rincones-Gomez, evaluation, measurement, and research; Lori Farrrer, family life education; and Jennifer Andrejczuk, elementary education.
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