PROVO President Cecil Samuelson honored more than 60 of Brigham Young University's faculty and staff members during the annual University Conference this week.
Kening Lu, a professor of mathematics, received the Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecturer Award. BYU's most prestigious faculty award is provided through the Karl G. Maeser Scholarship Society. Recipients must demonstrate clear superiority in both scholarship and teaching.
Lu, who is an internationally recognized expert in infinte-dimensional dynamical systems, will deliver the 2007 Karl G. Maeser Distinguished Faculty Lecture at a forum assembly scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008, at 11 a.m. in the Marriott Center.
R. Berrey Parker, director of Benefits Services, was presented the Ben E. Lewis Management Award, while Jeanine Broxton, who recently retired from the Office of the General Counsel, received the Fred A. Schwendiman Performance Award.Other faculty and staff honored were:
University Professorship Award, Abraham O. Smoot Professorship, Larry L. Howell, mechanical engineering.
Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Teaching Awards, Phil S. Allen, plant and wildlife science; C. Douglas Floyd, law; and John D. Lamb, chemistry and biochemistry.
Karl G. Maeser Excellence in Research and Creative Arts Award, Robert V. Bollough Jr., teacher education; Christopher E. Crowe, English; and Edwin D. Lephart, physiology and developmental biology.
Karl G. Maeser Professional Faculty Excellence Award, Cinzia Donatelli Noble, French and Italian.
Karl G. Maeser General Education Professorship, Cardell K. Jacobson, sociology; A. Brent Strong, technology; and Bruce W. Young, English.
Abraham O. Smoot Citizenship Award, Terrance D. Olson, family life.
Wesley P. Lloyd Award for Distinction in Graduate Education, Dennis K. Shiozawa, biology.
Alumni Professorship Award, William W. Winder, physiology and developmental biology.
Phi Kappa Phi Award, Grant R. McQueen, business management.
Part-Time Faculty Excellence Award, Kathleen B. Sheffield, dance.
University Fellowship, M. Winston Egan, teacher education; Keith A. Crandall, biology; Brent D. Slife, psychology; and Diane L. Spangler, psychology.
Alcuin Fellowship, Susanne J. Davis, dance; Trenton L. Hickman, English; Jesse D. Hurlbut, French and Italian; Steven P. Johnson, music; Victor L. Ludlow, ancient scripture; Brett C. McInelly, English; J. Scott Miller, Asian and Near Eastern languages; Larry J. Nelson, family life; Jenny H. Pulsipher, history; and Kerry D. Soper, humanities, classics and comparative literature.
Young Scholar Award, Byron J. Adams, microbiology and molecular biology; J. Tyson Hopkins, exercise sciences; Lars J. Lefgren, economics; Keith P. Vorkink, business management; Karl F. Warnick, electrical and computer science; and Thomas A. Wayment, ancient scripture.
BYU Class of 1949 Young Faculty Award, Stephen C. Yanchar, instructional psychology and technology.
Creative Works Award, Thomas B. Holman, family life.
Sponsored Research Recognition Award, William G. Pitt, chemical engineering.
Technology Transfer Award, Scott D. Sommerfeldt, physics and astronomy.
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