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MSU College of Education, Health and Human Development awards outstanding faculty, staff and students

June 1, 2016 -- MSU News Serivce

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BOZEMAN -- Six faculty members, two staff members and 19 students from Montana State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Development were honored in May at the college’s annual faculty, staff and student recognition receptions.

The following faculty members were honored from the Department of Education: Lynn Kelting-Gibson received the Outstanding Teaching Award; Tricia Seifert received the Outstanding Research Award; and Tena Versland received the Outstanding Service Award.

The following faculty members were honored from the Department of Health and Human Development: V. Mitch Vaterlaus received the Outstanding Teaching Award; Selena Ahmed received the Outstanding Research Award; and Christine Lux received the Outstanding Service Award.

Renee Lineback, personnel officer for the college,  received the award for EHHD Outstanding Classified Employee and Kathryn Will-Dubyak, director of field placement and licensure, received the Outstanding Professional Employee Award.

Graduating seniors receiving outstanding awards are listed below by area of study:

Michael Robbins, technology education; Andrew Staub, elementary education; Dietrich Perchy, secondary education science broadfield; Courtney Burns, secondary education social studies broadfield; Joe Hilpert, health and human performance; Zach Minter, family and consumer sciences; Maggie Jacobson, early childhood education/child services; Kahlee Dalton, health enhancement K-12; Grace Schulz, community health; Mariah Scott, food and nutrition; and Kendra Teague, sustainable food and bioenergy systems.

Outstanding graduate students recognized were: Mary Ulrich, adult and higher education; Marie Judisch, educational leadership; Nigel Waterton, curriculum and instruction; Amy Foote, counseling; John Halvorson, exercise and nutrition sciences; Christine Martin, food, family and community health sciences; and Minette Jessup, family financial planning.

Erin Fitzsimmons received the Barbara Miller Award for outstanding student in health enhancement K-12 student teaching.

For more information, contact Debra Redburn at (406) 994-6890 or dredburn@montana.edu.

Contact: Debra Redburn, College of Education, Health and Human Development, (406) 994-6890 or dredburn@montana.edu