The 2011 honorees with the awards recognizing their outstanding contributions to BGSU. Shown left to right are Bonnie Fink, Janet Hartley, Catherine Cassara, Kristine Blair, Fleming Fallon, Robert DeBard, George Bullerjahn, Robert Vincent, Arjun Gupta, Ronald Shields and Weidong Yang.
The University honored excellence March 22 at its annual Faculty Recognition dinner. From the Master Teacher to the Center for Teaching and Learning, 10 faculty members and one unit were recognized.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Nitivia Jones (seated), a student in the Master of Arts in Cross Cultural and International Education, speaks with Anna Ford (left) and her daughter, BGSU student Andrea Ford (middle) about her experience in the Republic of Georgia.
The information tables were part of the "25, 50 and 100 Years of Education through BGSU and the Peace Corps" celebration on March 23. The afternoon's panel discussion included Peace Corps recruiter Nomenee Robinson (below right), uncle of Michelle Obama and a member of the first group of volunteers, in 1961; and Dr. Margaret Zoller Booth (seated), MACIE director and former Peace Corps volunteer.
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