Kenneth Snead and his wife, Amy, (right) celebrate his Master Teacher Award with students (left to right) Erin Maxwell, Julie Griesdorn, Tyger Glauser and Amanda Copp, chair of the award committee.
Kenneth Snead named Master Teacher, other faculty honored
The University celebrated a number of its most outstanding faculty and staff at an awards dinner Oct. 30. Faculty were also recognized for their years of service to BGSU.
Dr. Vernon Wolcott (left) is presented an award for his 45 years at BGSU by Dr. Richard Kennell, dean of the College of Musical Arts.
Leading the list was Dr. Vernon Wolcott, music performance studies, who has been with the College of Musical Arts for 45 years. Dr. Richard Kennell, dean of the college, presented the award to the organ faculty member. Others were noted at five-year intervals, beginning at 15 years.
Winning the Master Teacher Award was Dr. Kenneth Snead, accounting and management information systems. See Students name Kenneth Snead the 2007 Master Teacher
Two faculty members shared the Faculty Distinguished Service Award—Dr. Keith Bernhard, technology, and Dr. Mark Earley, chair of educational foundations and inquiry. See Faculty Senate honors Bernhard’s, Earley’s distinguished service
The Elliott L. Blinn Award for Faculty-Undergraduate Student Innovative Basic Research/Creative Work went to Dr. John Laird, chair of physics and astronomy. See Physics and astronomy chair receives Blinn Award
And sharing the President’s Award for Academic Advising of Undergraduate Students by Faculty and Staff Members were the advising staff in the College of Arts and Sciences and Jodi Hagg and Laney Fugett, College of Technology.
See Advisors in Arts and Sciences, Technology honored for excellence
November 5, 2007