The President's Award for Excellence in Academic Integration
The President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Integration is given to a full-time member of the faculty of the University who has exhibited extraordinary achievement in the integration of teaching and research or creative accomplishments, and service. The award was established in 1996 to recognize faculty members who have excelled in all three areas of their professions and consists of a specially-designed certificate and a cash gift in the amount of $3,000.
Nominations were solicited from the academic deans and President's Council and reviewed by a selection committee appointed by the Office of the President. Members of the 2014 selection committee were: Anthony Atchley, Associate Dean for Research and Administration, College of Engineering; Craig E. Cameron, Chair of the Committee and Berg Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Eberly College of Science; John Iceland, Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology, College of the Liberal Arts; and Janice C. Light, Hintz Family Chair in Children's Communicative Compentence, College of Health and Human Developmentand and 2013 Recipient of the President's Award for Excellence in Academic Integration.
The 2014 recipient of the President's Award for Excellence in Academic Integration is Paul F. Clark, Professor and Director of the School of Labor and Employment Relations in the College of the Liberal Arts.
Guidelines and criteria for nominationsPrevious recipients of the President's Award
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