Faculty from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences were recently recognized for outstanding accomplishments in teaching, advising, research and engagement during a program held in Caldwell Lounge April 24, 2014. “The variety of achievements illustrated by these awards demonstrates the breadth of excellence in our faculty,” said CHASS Dean Jeff Braden, who presided over the event. “It is truly an honor for me to represent all of you and the outstanding work you do.”
Craig Friend, History: CHASS Outstanding Graduate Professor
Ryan Hurley, Communication: Lonnie and Carol Poole Award for Excellence
Chad Ludington, History: CHASS Outstanding Lecturer
Megan Glancy, Sociology; Cynthia Zuckerman-Hyman (not pictured), Communication: CHASS Outstanding Advisors
Elaine Orr, English, CHASS Outstanding Researcher
Andy Taylor, Political Science, CHASS Outstanding Researcher
Andy Binder, Communication; Sinikka Elliott, Sociology; Jodi Hall, Social Work; Mark Nance, Political Science; Timothy Stinson, English: CHASS Outstanding Junior Faculty Award Nominees
Sinikka Elliott, CHASS Outstanding Junior Faculty Award winner
Wilton Barnhardt, English: Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Professor
Sarah Bowen, Sociology; Michele Darrah, Foreign Languages and Literatures: University Outstanding Extension Service Awardees
Craig Brookins, Psychology & Africana Studies: Community Engaged Faculty Fellow
Troy Case, Anthropology: Alumni Association Distinguished Undergraduate Professor
Diedre Crumbley, Africana Studies: Lawrence Clark Faculty Excellence Awardee
Deanna Dannels, Communication: UNC Board of Governors Teaching Award Nominee
David Greene, Professor Emeritus, Interdisciplinary Studies: NC State Association of Retired Faculty 2014 William C. Friday Awardee
Deborah Hooker, English, Women’s and Gender Studies: Lifetime Achievement Awardee, NC State Council on the Status of Women
Roy Stamper, English: University New Faculty Advisor Awardee
Linda Williams, Social Work: University Faculty Advisor Awardee
Stacy De Coster, Sociology: NC State University Academy of Outstanding Teachers inductee
Sinikka Elliott, Sociology: NC State University Academy of Outstanding Teachers inductee
Susanna Lee, History: NC State University Academy of Outstanding Teachers inductee
Fellowships and statewide awards:
David Ambaras, Professor of History, has been awarded a fellowship for a year of research and writing at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park. He has also been named a Fellow at the American Council of Learned Societies.
Brent Sirota, Professor of History, has earned a prestigious Huntington Library Fellowship.
Steve Vincent, Professor of History, has been named a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton.
Dr. Walt Wolfram, the William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of English, has won the state’s highest civilian honor — the North Carolina Award — for his commitment to public service.