The College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young University has honored five employees for outstanding performance.

They are James B. Clark, staff excellence award; R. Mel Rogers, administrative excellence award; Mack J. Wilberg, faculty teaching excellence award; Mark J. Johnson, faculty research excellence award; and Adrian Pulfer, faculty creativity excellence award.Clark is the design and production engineer at KBYU-FM. He joined the radio staff as FM production supervisor in 1986.

Rogers is manager of KBYU-TV. He has served as president of the Utah Broadcasters, made up mostly of commercial radio and television executives.

Wilberg, associate professor of music, is a composer, arranger, conductor and concert pianist. He conducts two major choral groups, teaches graduate courses and is mentor to dozens of students.

Johnson, assistant professor of art, is an art historian. Since joining the faculty in 1987, he has prepared nearly a dozen scholarly papers and articles on Roman, early Christian and Byzantine architecture.

Pulfer, assistant professor of design, is a graphic artist who developed the bid book for the Salt Lake City 1998 Winter Olympics bid effort. He operated design studios in Salt Lake City and New York City before joining BYU in 1985.