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to honor students, faculty and staff at Honors Convocation
to recognize students at Honors Convocation — 4/15/08
to recognize faculty at Honors Convocation — 4/15/08
to recognize staff at Honors Convocation — 4/15/08
Texas Woman’s University will honor students,
faculty and staff
in a celebration of excellence during Honors Convocation
April 24. Ceremonies begin at 10 a.m. in the Margo Jones Performance
Hall, located at Oakland and Sawyer streets on TWU’s
Outstanding Senior Awards, which are based on academic excellence
and involvement in extracurricular activities, will be given
Choate of Flower Mound — a business administration major
• Christianne Kellett of Fort Worth — a government/marketing
• Michelle Savolainen of Coppell — a business
administration major and
• Isabelle Sislak of Keller — a nursing major.
Crystal Reyes of
Houston, a dance major, will receive the Pauline Bishop Leman
Memorial Award for outstanding artistic achievement.
Outstanding Graduate Student Awards will be given to:
Arbique of DeSoto— a master’s candidate in nursing
• Terri White of Lewisville — a doctoral candidate
in nursing science and
• Joshua Wooten of Denton — a doctoral candidate
in exercise physiology.
TWU faculty receiving
• Dr. Jim Alexander, professor emeritus of government
— the Cornaro Award
• Dr. DiAnna Hynds, assistant professor of biology and
Dr. Mark Hamner, associate professor of mathematics and computer
science — the Mary Mason Lyon Award
• Dr. Thomas K. Brown, professor of music — the
• Dr. Jeffrey Robb, associate professor of history and
government — Distinction in Service
• Ms. Joan Wall, professor of music — Distinction
• Dr. Mahesh S. Raisinghani, associate professor of
business and economics — Distinction in Scholarship
• Dr. Mary Frances Baxter, associate professor of occupational
therapy at TWU’s Houston Center — Distinction
in Distance Education.
• Dr. Alfred H. White Jr., professor and chair of communication
sciences and disorders — Innovation in Academia and
will be given to Dr. Lynda Uphouse, professor of biology,
for being TWU’s nominee for the Minnie Stevens Piper
Professor Award, which is given to 15 outstanding higher education
faculty in the state.
Achievement Awards will go to Anne P. Downing, project coordinator
for the Multi-Ethnic Biomedical Research Support Program;
and Carlos Da Silva, manager of Technology and Information
Services, Houston. Charlsa Kern, supervisor of digital printing,
will receive the TWU Award of Excellence.
For detailed information
on the awards and recipients, visit www.twu.edu.
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