NMU ANNOUNCES EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARD WINNERS

             Thirty Northern Michigan University graduate students have received the 2009 Excellence in Education Award, which consists of $1,500 to support their research and creative works during the summer sessions. Each honoree has a grade point average of 3.00 or higher and is sponsored by a faculty member.

            “These students represent some of NMU’s finest at the graduate level,” said Cindy Prosen, dean of the College of Graduate Studies. “Their research and scholarly works are very impressive.”

            Excellence in Education recipients, are (Michigan cities are listed first):

            Michigan

            Calumet: Candice Schuck, psychology

Gladstone: Jenny Anderson, biology

Kingsford: Nathan Gazza, biology

Marquette: Cynthia Brandon, English; Lisa Coutley, English; Chris Gagnon, biology; Julie Howard, biology; Amber LaCrosse, psychology; Danny LeBert, biology; Krista Mann, English; John Monger, English; Tiffany Opalka, biology; Veronica Pepe, English; Cory Peronto, biology; Ryne Rutherford, biology; Aubrey Ryan, English; Steve Schaar, biology; William Severud, biology; Jason Shrontz, English; Grant Slusher, biology; Christopher Sorelle, biology; David M. Viau, biology

Negaunee: Cynthia Brooks, math/computer science

Pentwater: Michael Peters, biology

Skandia: Mahendran Kaliyamoorthy, heath/physical education and recreation

 

            Illinois

            Geneseo:Heath Dornfeld, biology

Palatine: Theodore Appert, English

 

            Wisconsin

            Crivitz: Joseph Gerbyshak, biology

Fond Du Lac: Trisha Sippel, biology  

Two Rivers: Casey Thayer, English



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