Regents, University and College-level awards highlight College of … – Nevada Today


The College of Science celebrates a long list of faculty, staff and students honored with a range of accolades, awards and promotions in the 2021-2022 academic year. These achievements showcase the high level of research, teaching, and outreach in the College. In addition to thirteen College awards, the event celebrated six faculty appointed to named professorships, fourteen Westfall Scholars and their faculty mentors, seven faculty and staff retirements, five outgoing department chairs and five incoming department chairs, and several University, Foundation, and Regents awardees. Interim Dean of the College of Science Katherine McCall presented the awards. 
“Each year I am inspired by the accomplishments of our faculty, staff and students in the College of Science,” McCall said. “I am especially impressed by those in our community who commit time and energy to public service and outreach while pursuing challenging degrees, developing international research reputations, and/or advancing teaching excellence.”
The following are the 2021-2022 academic year accolades received by College faculty, staff and students
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