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Scholarship, Research, Teaching, Academic Achievement and Service to be Celebrated at First One University Awards Ceremony April 25
Syracuse University will hold the inaugural One University Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, April 25, at 5 p.m. in Hendricks Chapel. A reception will follow in the Jack and Laura Hanhausen Milton Atrium in the Life Sciences Complex. All members of the University community are invited and encouraged to attend.
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The first in what will be an annual event, the awards ceremony will convey two major University awards—the Chancellor’s Medal and the Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence. Several other University honors and recognitions will also be made during the ceremony.
The year 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the first presentation of the Chancellor’s Medal. It was first presented in 1967 as the Centennial Medal on the occasion of Chancellor William P. Tolley’s 25th anniversary as chancellor. The Centennial Medal, given to recognize service to higher education and society, was presented in the years 1967–71. The name of the award was changed to the Chancellor’s Medal in 1972. Since that time, it has been awarded to individuals in honor of their trailblazing and/or extraordinary contributions to the University, to an academic body of knowledge, and/or to society.
The Chancellor’s Citation awards were first presented to members of the University community in 1979 in recognition of outstanding achievement in teaching, scholarship and creative work. Over time, the focus of the awards changed to reflect new priorities and institutional directions. This year, Chancellor’s Citations will be presented in four categories: Faculty Excellence and Scholarly Distinction; Outstanding Contributions to the Student Experience and University Initiatives; Excellence in Student Research; and a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Over the years, various awards were instituted and some had ceased to be presented. Upon joining the University in 2014, Chancellor Kent Syverud requested a comprehensive review of major awards and recognitions across the University. This year, a milestone anniversary for the Chancellor’s Medal, is an ideal time to move forward with a new model for recognition.
“Syracuse University is defined by members of the Syracuse family doing great things,” says Chancellor Syverud. “Whether it is great teaching, scholarship or creative work, members of the Syracuse community are making their marks. I look forward on Tuesday to recognizing them and celebrating all they have accomplished and all that they will go on to achieve.”
As part of the creation of an annual awards event, the One University Awards Ceremony will also include these recognitions: the Tolley Medal, the Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship, the Meredith Professorship for Teaching Excellence, the Teaching Recognition Award, the United Methodist Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award, the Student-Athlete Award and the 50-Year Service Award. Also acknowledged will be the University Scholars; Senior Class and School and College Marshals; Remembrance and Lockerbie Scholars; and emeriti faculty.
Those who will be honored at the One University Celebration are:
Hendrik Hilpert, Whitman School; Arianna Lee, College of Engineering and Computer Science; Cameron MacPherson, College of Arts and Sciences
Jack Graver, College of Arts and Sciences; Donald Morton, College of Arts and Sciences; Sarah Short, Falk College
Meredith Professors for Teaching Excellence
Sanjay Chhablani, College of Law; Jackie Orr, Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences
Teaching Recognition Award
Todd Berger, College of Law; Jeffrey Gonda, Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences; Shikha Nangia, College of Engineering and Computer Science; Paul Prescott, College of Arts and Sciences; Jonnell Robinson, Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences; C. Cora True-Frost, College of Law
United Methodist Scholar/Teacher of the Year
Thomas Perreault, Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences
Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship
Farrell Greenwald Brenner, College of Arts and Sciences and Maxwell School; Andrew Ramos, College of Engineering and Computer Science (Undergraduate Award)
Cara Levine, School of Education (Graduate Award)
Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence in Student Research
Rachel Brown-Weinstock, College of Arts and Sciences and Maxwell School (undergraduate)
Carli Flynn, College of Engineering and Computer Science (graduate)
José Marrero-Rosado, College of Arts and Sciences and Maxwell School (undergraduate)
Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contributions to the Student Experience and University Initiatives
Gerald Edmonds, Office of the Associate Provost, Academic Affairs
Diane Wiener, Disability Cultural Center
Chancellor’s Citation for Faculty Excellence and Scholarly Distinction
Jennifer Karas-Montez, Maxwell School and College of Arts and Sciences
Christopher Scholz, College of Arts and Sciences
Chancellor’s Citation Lifetime Achievement Award
Charles V. Willie
Sam Clemence, Hendricks Chapel, and Carolyn Clemence
Among the others to be honored:
Class of 2016 Emeriti
Bruce Abbey, Kristi Andersen, Karen Bakke, Benita Blachman, Philip Borer, Stuart Bretschneider, Ann Clarke, James Dabrowiak, Helen Doerr, Linda Galloway, Martha Hanson, Jerry Kelly, Edward Lipson, Carla Lloyd, Arthur McDonald, Pamela Shoemaker, Clint Tankersley, Stuart Thorson
Clayton Baker, Charlotte Balogh, Amber Barrow, Katherine Barymow, Jourdann Borski, Farrell Greenwald Brenner, Rachel Brown-Weinstock, Lynsey Cooper, Emily Dang, Malik Evans, Ryan Gibson, Kimberly Juarez, Joyce LaLonde, Emily Lindberg, Paola Louzado-Feliciano, José Marrero-Rosado, Kelsey May, Nigel Miller, Megan Minier, Claire Moran, Francis Morency, Genevieve Pilch, Andrew Ramos, Alexis Rinck, Miracle Rogers, Nedda Sarshar, Elaine Sartwell, Kelly Sheptock, Ilana Siegal, Samanatha Steinert, Patricia Terhune, Jamie Weiss, Terence Wells, Sarah Whittaker, Soleil Young
Shona Beattie, Sian McLaughlin
Senior Class Marshals
Rachel Brown-Weinstock, Nedda Sarshar
School and College Marshals
College of Arts and Sciences
Lily Q. Sarkisian, Brandon Wilson, Soleil Young
College of Engineering and Computer Science
JiaJin Lei, Kayla Powell
School of Information Studies
Megan Minier, Kwabena T. Tettey
College of Law
Colleen M. Gibbons
College of Visual and Performing Arts
Ryan Gibson, Jamie Estevon Raines
Nicole Laura Autino, Arielle J. Hall
Katrina Lacey Springer
Jessica M. Dunne, Kelly J. Sheptock
School of Architecture
Jon Anthony, Angela Copes
School of Education
E. Maria Sabik, Erica Wong
The Graduate School
Carly Jo Hosbach-Cannon
Lauren B. Knafo, Xinye (Cindy) Zou
Farrell Greenwald Brenner, Rachel Brown-Weinstock, Hasmik Djoulakian, Emma Ettinger, Emily Fesnak, Anniya Gu, Evangeline Soileau, Genevieve Starke, Bryan Sweeney, Jessica Toothaker, Geoffrey Vaartstra, Soleil Young