Six faculty members, two staff members, and 20 students from the Montana State University College of Education, Health and Human Development were honored at the college’s recent annual faculty/staff and student recognition receptions.
Faculty from the Department of Education received the following: Ann Ellsworth, the Outstanding Teaching and Learning Award; Sweeney Windchief, the Outstanding Scholarship and Discovery Award; and Ann Ewbank, the Outstanding Outreach and Engagement Award. Faculty in the Department of Health and Human Development received the following: Mary Miles, Outstanding Teaching and Learning Award; Kalli Decker, the Outstanding Outreach and Service Award, and Suzanne Held, the Outstanding Scholarship and Discovery Award.
Milana Lazetich and Amanda Gengenbacher received the awards for the EHHD Outstanding Employee Staff Award.
Graduating seniors receiving outstanding awards are listed below by area of study:
Vincent Peltzer, technology education; Cassie McCann, elementary education; Tressa Bradley, secondary education science broadfield; Wes Webb, secondary education social studies broadfield; Kailey Grover, health and human performance; Hannah Royball, family and consumer sciences; Allie Feigel, early childhood education/child services; Rylie Peccia, community health; Luke Shealy, food and nutrition; and Cameron Ehrlich, sustainable food and bioenergy systems.
Outstanding graduate students recognized were: Tracie Shepherd, library media K-12; Eulalie “Lee” Cook, adult and higher education; Whitney Shafer, educational leadership; Glenda McCarthy, curriculum and instruction; Kristen Kochner, counseling; Louie Blood, exercise and nutrition sciences; Jessica Milakovich, community health; Allison Milodragovich, sustainable food and bioenergy systems; Bill Salsman, addiction counseling; and Ashley Bernard, family financial planning.
Deb Redburn, 406-994-6890, firstname.lastname@example.org