BOZEMAN— Seven faculty members, two staff members, and 18 students from the Montana State University College of Education, Health and Human Development were honored May 1 at the college’s annual recognition reception.
In the Department of Education, Sarah Schmitt-Wilson received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Art Bangert received the Outstanding Service Award; and Carrie Myers received the Outstanding Research Award.
In the Department of Health and Human Development, Christine Lux received the Outstanding Teaching Award; Dawn Tarabochia received the Outstanding Service Award, and Carmen Byker received the Outstanding Research Award.
Jioanna Carjuzaa, associate professor in education, received the college’s first Distinguished Professorship, 2014-2016.
Elizabeth Bird received the Outstanding Professional Staff award, and Micki MacGregor received the Outstanding Classified Staff Award.
Graduating seniors receiving outstanding awards are listed below by area of study: Cameron Richards, technology education; Chelsea Hawkins, elementary education; Adam Stapley, secondary education; Aleisha Gornick, health and human performance; Bobbi Robinson, family and consumer sciences; Micaela Tacke, early childhood education/child services; Rebecca Wolf, health enhancement K-12; Kaylee Bradford, community health; Amy Foster, food and nutrition; and Kara Landolfi, sustainable foods.
Outstanding graduate students recognized were Lindsay Jackson, adult and higher education; Elizabeth Quintana, educational leadership; Gus Nollmeyer, curriculum and instruction; Kelly Fulton, Northern Plains Transition to Teaching; Marlena Renwyck, counseling; Laura Horrigan, exercise and nutrition science; and Marcy Gaston, food, family and community health sciences.
Janie Tikka received the Barbara Miller Award for outstanding student in health enhancement K-12 student teaching.
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