The following University of Memphis faculty and administrators within the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy have been very busy racking up awards lately. Join us in giving them some well deserved kudos for their hard work!
Joy Clay, Associate Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies and Professor in the Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration has been chosen for the prestigious Excellence in Engaged Scholarship award for 2011-12.
Dr. Stan Hyland, who has served as the head of the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy for more than 10 years, has been selected to receive the M.A.L.S. Advising Award, given to a faculty member for outstanding service and dedication in advising graduate students in the M.A.L.S. program, from the University College. The award will be given at the Annual Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 1, at the University Center.
Mrs. Susan Schmidt, executive director of the Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, was selected to receive the Alma Bucovaz Urban Service Award from the University College. The award will be given at the Annual Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 1, at the University Center.
Dr. K.B. Turner has been selected to participate in the 2012 Maxine Smith Fellows Program of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), the governing body for 46 universities, community colleges, and technology centers throughout the state. Turner is an associate professor and graduate coordinator in the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Read more here…
Dr. Margaret Vandiver, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, has been selected for the Distinguished Research in the Social Sciences, Business and Law Award for 2011-12
Congratulations to all of SUAPP’s award winners!