Sixteen members of Stony Brook University’s faculty and staff received the 2013 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in the following categories:
Excellence in Classified Service: Diane Pauciullo, Undergraduate Biology, and Sharon Worksman, Department of Sociology
Excellence in Faculty Service: Mary Frame, Department of Biomedical Engineering, and Peter Manning, Department of English
Excellence in Professional Service: Jan Diskin-Zimmerman, Division of Information Technology; Kathleen Maxheimer, Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library; Aida Mezzanotte, International Academic Programs; Lynda Perdomo-Ayala, Department of Pharmacological Sciences; Paul Siegel, Department of Technology and Society; and Lynn Toscano, Frank Melville Jr. Memorial Library
Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities: Nobuho Nagasawa, Department of Art, and Elizabeth Stone, Department of Anthropology
Excellence in Teaching: Terry Button, School of Health Technology and Management; Patricia Dunn, Department of English; Eduardo Mendieta, Department of Philosophy, and Ian Roxborough, Department of Sociology
The group will be honored at the annual University Awards Dinner on Thursday, October 10, at 6 pm in the Student Activities Center, Ballroom A.
“SUNY employs an exemplary body of faculty and staff across the state, and the annual presentation of these awards underscores our deep appreciation for those who serve SUNY campuses, students and communities with the highest levels of distinction,” said SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher. “Congratulations to all of this year’s honorees.”
A total of 312 faculty and staff from campuses statewide received the award. Click here for a complete listing of this year’s honorees.
The Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence are presented annually, providing system-wide recognition for consistently superior professional achievement and encouraging the ongoing pursuit of excellence. Through these awards, SUNY publicly acknowledges the accomplishment and personal dedication of its instructional faculty, librarians and staff across its 64 campuses and System Administration.
Additional information about the awards program for Faculty Service, Librarianship, Professional Service, Scholarship and Creative Activities, and Teaching is available here. Additional information about the Classified Service program is available here.