SUNY chancellor recognizes UAlbany faculty and staff excellence

SUNY chancellor recognizes UAlbany faculty and staff excellence

Eleven University at Albany faculty and staff members  — including Gregory Bobish of Voorheesville, Peter Johnson of Altamont, and Rita Biswas of Guilderland — are among the 312 recipients of the 2012-13 Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence. Presented annually to State University of New York faculty and staff, the Chancellor’s Awards encompass six categories.

Honorees at the UAlbany campus include recipients for excellence in each of the categories:

— Classified Service: Bernadette Socha, Music;

— Faculty Service: Susanna Fessler, East Asian Studies, and Richard Fogarty, History;

Librarianship: Gregory Bobish, University Libraries;

— Professional Service: Diana Mancini, School of Criminal Justice;

Scholarship and Creative Activities: Graham Barker-Benfield, History; Peter Johnston, Reading; and Giri Tayi, Information Technology Management; and

Teaching: Rita Biswas, Finance; Ryan King, Sociology; and Marcia Sutherland, Africana Studies.

The honor provides system-wide recognition, across 64 campuses, for consistently superior professional achievement and encourages the ongoing pursuit of excellence.

 

 

 

 

 

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