COS Faculty Among Those Honored For Women’s History Month

 

Thirty-one women were recognized this month by UCF Faculty Excellence for Women’s Month, including five from the College of Sciences. The awardess were chosen by their colleagues and peers for their work on campus and in the community. They will be honored March 31 at a Burnett House reception.

This year’s honorees from the College of Sciences are:

 Charissa de Bekker, assistant professor, biology, College of Sciences

– Shana Harris, assistant professor, anthropology, College of Sciences

– Qun Huo, associate professor, chemistry and NanoScience Technology Center, College of Sciences

– Ellen Kang, assistant professor, physics and NanoScience Technology Center, College of Sciences

– Linda Walters, professor, biology, College of Sciences

– Kenicia Wright, assistant professor, School of Politics, Security and International Affairs, College of Sciences

The other winners are: 

Camilla Ambivero ’07 ’10MS ’13PhD, assistant professor, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine

– Sonia Arellano, assistant professor, writing and rhetoric, College of Arts and Humanities

– Kathleen Bastedo, senior instructional designer, Center for Distributed Learning

– Devon Bazata ’16MA, visiting instructor, interdisciplinary studies, College of Undergraduate Studies

– Rose Beiler, associate professor, history, College of Arts and Humanities

– Sarah Bush, associate professor, School of Teacher Education, College of Community Innovation and Education

– Feroza Daroowalla, associate professor, medical education, College of Medicine

– Lynda Dennis ’00MPA ’04PhD, associate instructor, accounting, College of Business Administration

– Tina Dow, assistant professor, Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences, College of Medicine

– Regina Francies, lecturer, Nicholson School of Communication and Media, College of Arts and Humanities

– Barbara Fritzsche, associate dean, College of Graduate Studies

– Jane Hostetler ’77 ’79MA, associate instructor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, College of Health Professions and Sciences

– Olga Karasik, assistant professor, internal medicine, College of Medicine

– Kelly Kibler, assistant professor, Environmental, and Construction Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science

– Jacqueline LaManna ’13PhD, assistant professor, nursing practice, College of Nursing

– Carolyn Massiah, associate professor, marketing, College of Business Administration

– Caroline Pratt Marrett, associate lecturer, School of Teacher Education, College of Community Innovation and Education

– Nazanin Rahnavard, associate professor, electrical and computer engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science

– Kathleen Richardson, professor, College of Optics and Photonics

– Asli Tasci, associate professor, tourism events and attractions, Rosen College of Hospitality Management

– Jennifer Tucker, clinical assistant professor, School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions and Sciences

– Jeanine Viau, lecturer, philosophy/women’s studies, College of Arts and Humanities

– Cynthia Walters, associate instructor , School of Teacher Education , College of Community Innovation and Education

– Amanda Wilkerson ’16EdD, assistant professor, educational leadership and higher education, College of Community Innovation and Education

– Natasha Williams, medical instructor librarian, Harriet F. Ginsburg Health Sciences Library, College of Medicine

 



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