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2005 Faculty and Student Awards

Faculty Awards

Student awards

Cox Family Awards
for Creative Scholarship and Teaching

Janice Bowman, animal and range sciences;
and Gwendolyn Morgan, english

Charles and Nora L. Wiley Faculty Award
for Meritorious Research and Creativity

Neil Cornish, physics; Trevor Douglas, chemistry,
and Franke Wilmer, political science

James and Mary Ross Provost’s Award
for Excellence

Greg Francis, physics

MSU Excellence in Outreach Award

Gordon Brittan, Regents Professor of Philosophy;
Michael Vogel, MSU Extension Housing
and Environmental Quality Specialist

Provost’s Award for Undergraduate Research/Creativity Mentoring

David Klumpar, physics professor and director
of MSU’s Space Science and Engineering Laboratory;
and Kimberly Myers, English

The Meritorious Technology/Science Award

Mark Jutila, Veterinary Molecular Biology

President’s Excellence in Teaching Award

Ferdinand Johns, architecture; Marvin Lansverk, english; and John Paxton, computer science

Betty Coffey Award

Wendy Stock, economics

John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

Eric Hongisto, art

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Bridgid Crowley of Helena, biochemistry

Phi Kappa Phi

Katherine Anne Sparks of Plevna, agricultural
business and Honors Program, received
the national Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship

Jack Kent Cooke graduate scholarship

Brian Brush of North Plains, Ore., architecture

Foundation’s Graduate
Achievement Awards

Adrienne Ohler of Mount Pulaski, Ill., applied
economics, received the Outstanding Graduate
Achievement Award for a master’s student

Shane Doyle of Crow Agency, received the
Outstanding Native American Graduate
Achievement Award

Fulbright graduate research grant

Anne Devereux of Pasadena, Calif, graduate student
in MSU’s Science and Natural History Filmmaking


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