The University Record, September 3, 1997

Applause

Dewar recognized for contributions
to community service learning

Margaret Dewar, associate professor of urban and regional planning and coordinator of doctoral studies; urban, technological and environmental planning, has been awarded the 1997 Michigan Campus Faculty Award for Community Service Learning.

The award, given by the Center for Learning through Community Service (CLCS), recognizes faculty members who encourage students to be involved in community service or service-learning through modeling, influence or instruction. Dewar was selected for her work as co-director of the Community Outreach Partnership Center, her involvement with the Michigan Neighborhood AmeriCorps program and class involvement with Detroit neighborhoods, and her role in the development of the CLCS.

 

Moskwiak receives staff recognition award

Sharon Moskwiak, executive secretary in the office of the Dean of the School of Social Work, has received the 1997 Spring/Summer Term Staff Recognition Award. Moskwiak has been integral to fundraising for the School of Social Work, and served as a team leader for all-staff meetings.

 

McClain honored for work with CUPA

Jackie McClain is the 1997 recipient of the College and University Personnel Association (CUPA) Distinguished Service Award. Presented at the June 1997 CUPA Midwest Region annual conference, the award is the highest recognition made by the organization's Midwest Region. McClain was recognized for her years of service to CUPA, having served as chair of the Midwest Region, Great Plains Chapter, chair-elect of the Foundation, vice president of publication and research, and as a member of the Foundation Board of Directors.

 

Storer recognized for years of research

Robert W. Storer, professor emeritus, curator emeritus and former director of the Museum of Zoology, received the 1997 Loye and Alden Miller Research Award from the Cooper Ornithological Society. The award recognizes his nearly six decades of extensive and broad research on birds. Storer was also recognized for his work with 22 doctoral students and his extensive editorial and administrative service. Storer, who retired in 1985, continues his research and has recently submitted a manuscript for publication.