Faculty Scholarship and Awards Committee
Annual Report, 2009-2010


The Faculty Scholarship and Awards Committee met five times during the 2009-2010 academic year.

The committee’s work consisted of the following:

1.  Selection of the 2010-2011 Faculty Scholarship winner. The committee selected Mr. Reece Lyerly for the award. Mr. Lyerly was presented to the faculty at its March 1, 2010 meeting.

2.  Selection of semi-finalists and finalists for the Bradshaw-Feaster and Donaldson-Watkins Medals. The slate of semi-finalists was presented to the faculty on March 1, 2010 meeting. The three finalists for each award were presented to the faculty for vote at its April 14, 2010 meeting. The faculty voted to award the Donaldson-Watkins medal to Ms. Emily Wilson and the Bradshaw-Feaster medal to Mr. Ben Able. Each award will be presented at commencement. The names of the semi-finalists and the finalists should remain confidential within the faculty.

The chair wishes to thank his colleagues for their tireless work and their invaluable insights throughout our deliberations.

Respectfully submitted,
Jeremy Cass (Chair, Modern Languages and Literatures)
Tom Allen (Computer Science)
Temi Bidjerano (Education)
Monica Black (History)
Bob Chance (Art)
Nathaniel Cook (Economics)

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