2017 Provost's Award for Honors Teaching and Service


Scott Lunsford receives Honors Teaching and Service award

Dr Scott Lunsford, Associate Professor WRTC, received the 2017 Provost’s Award for Honors Teaching and Service at the Academic Affairs Awards Banquet in April, 2017.   This award is given annually to recognize outstanding teaching, advising and other service in support of the Honors College.  Evaluation criteria for this award include

  • innovation in teaching, advising, or service to the Honors College and its students
  • impact on students within the Honors College
  • effectiveness of teaching, advising, or service to the Honors College and its students
  • demonstrated excellence in the development of Honors course content
  • demonstrated student successes related to the Honors Capstone project
  • commitment to the Honors College and its mission and goals

Scott has been a champion of Honors Education for many years, having served as the CAL Honors liaison and (currently) as the WRTC Honors liaison.  This award recognizes his cumulative impact as well as his work with Kevin Jefferson to (re)establish the James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ) through the Honors Seminar curriculum.  Congratulations Scott!

Published: Friday, May 26, 2017

Last Updated: Wednesday, July 5, 2017

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