RICHMOND, Va. - A dozen faculty members from Virginia colleges and universities will receive the 2013 Outstanding Faculty Award.
They'll be recognized Feb. 12 and receive a $5,000 check. The program is administered by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch ( http://bit.ly/10VZKVV) reports the professors are Robert Bausch of Northern Virginia Community College; Rita Chi-Ying Chung of George Mason; J. Emmett Duffy of the College of William and Mary; Paul Hanstedt of Roanoke College; Erik Hewlett of the University of Virginia; Laura Taalman of James Madison; Shiv Khanna of Virginia Commonwealth; and Eve Torrence of Randolph-Macon College.
Assistant or associate professors receiving the award are Jasmin Darznik of Washington and Lee; Stephen Edwards of Virginia Tech; Olga Pierrakos of James Madison; and Frances Williams of Norfolk State.
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