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Two sets of siblings who have served Appalachian State University and the state of North Carolina for a collective 132 years were among more than 120 staff members recognized at the university’s inaugural Chancellor’s Service Awards Luncheon held Nov. 19 on Appalachian’s campus.
Appalachian State University honored more than 120 staff members who have served the university for 20 years or more at the inaugural Chancellor’s Service Awards Luncheon, held Tuesday on Appalachian’s campus.
Brothers Randy and Terry Edwards and sisters Sheila Perry and Kathy Deas were among the more than 120 staff members recognized for their service to the university at the inaugural Chancellor’s Service Awards Luncheon held Tuesday.
At the inaugural Chancellor’s Service Awards Luncheon, Appalachian honored more than 120 staff members who have achieved 20 years or more of service to the university, including the longest serving staff member with 45 years of service.
The award recognizes Moser, a professor of German and TESL/applied linguistics, for her years of service to foreign language education in North Carolina and the Appalachian region. Moser has taught at Appalachian more than 20 years.
The Container Store chose the pop-up shop design of Appalachian interior design majors Jake Still and Grace McCormick, which packages key essentials for college students to organize their living spaces, as the winner of the 2019 PAVE GlobalShop Design Challenge.
Kirkpatrick received the Roanoke-Chowan Award for Poetry for her newest poetry collection — “The Fisher Queen.” She is a two-time winner of the award, having first won the award in 2004 for her collection “Beyond Reason.”
Appalachian honored Dr. Ellen Cowan and Dr. Baker Perry with the inaugural Chancellor’s and Provost’s Awards, respectively, during the university’s Research and Creative Activity at Appalachian event. They were recognized for superior achievement in their fields and sustained productivity.
Bridges has served as a visiting faculty lecturer in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Computer Science since 2016, teaching cybersecurity fundamentals. He brings over 39 years of information technology leadership to his teaching at Appalachian.
Appalachian professor and 2019–20 Fulbright awardee Dr. Paul Wallace is spending the 2019–20 academic year teaching at NovSU in Russia and refining the curriculum for a new App State Online graduate certificate in international leadership.
Powell, professor of creative writing at Appalachian, will teach a course on contemporary U.S. literature at Ovidius University of Constanta, in Romania, during spring 2020, as well as conduct research for his seventh novel.
Appalachian’s Sornito-Carter, an assistant professor of anthropology, will travel to the University of the Philippines Visayas in August 2020 to complete Fulbright research on heritage conservation and disaster management in relation to climate change in the Philippines.
Through the Fulbright Scholar Program, Williams, a professor in Appalachian’s Department of Nutrition and Health Care Management, will teach and perform research at Management Center Innsbruck in Austria in spring 2020.
Dr. Joseph Cazier and Dr. Todd Cherry were recognized with this year’s Green E Awards, conferred by the Walker College of Business. The awards honor individuals in the college for their outstanding accomplishments in the area of sustainable business.