Forty-seven faculty members at Fort Hays State University have been nominated by graduating seniors for the 2008 Pilot Award.
The award is given annually by the Alumni Association to an outstanding faculty member. Nominations for the 2008 award are made by seniors graduating in December 2007 or in spring or summer 2008.
The winner will be announced at the Graduate Faculty Brunch at 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 16, in the Fort Hays Ballroom, Memorial Union. The brunch honors all FHSU graduating students and is sponsored by the Alumni Association.
The association, established in 1916, is dedicated to identifying and serving the needs of more than 40,000 graduates living throughout the United States and 61 foreign countries.
The 2008 Pilot Award nominees are listed in alphabetical order with their academic rank.
Anthony Andenoro, assistant professor of leadership studies.
Jill Arensdorf, instructor of leadership studies.
Rose Arnhold, associate professor of sociology and social work.
Bruce Bardwell, assistant professor of communication studies.
Dr. Bryan Bennett, assistant professor of political science.
Sue Boldra, instructor of teacher education and technology.
Dr. David Bovee, assistant professor of history.
Emily Breit, instructor of economics and finance.
Dr. Fred Britten, professor of communication disorders.
Christie Brungardt, instructor of leadership studies.
Dr. Jeff Burnett, assistant professor of health and human performance.
Judy Caprez, associate professor of sociology and social work.
Dr. Amy Cummins, assistant professor of English.
Dr. Douglas Drabkin, associate professor of philosophy.
Dr. Greg Farley, professor of biological sciences.
Caroline Fox, interim director of the Academic Advising and Career Exploration Center.
Mick Glaze, instructor of agriculture.
Kaira Hayes, assistant professor of psychology.
Dr. James Hohman, professor of chemistry.
Dr. Sue Jacobs, assistant professor of teacher education.
Dr. Jim Krob, assistant professor of health and human performance.
Jesse Larkins, adjunct instructor of justice studies.
Dr. Patricia Levy, assistant professor of sociology and social work.
Dr. Michael Madden, professor of allied health.
Dr. Micol Maughan, associate professor of management and marketing.
Dr. Robert Meier, professor of accounting and information systems.
Dr. Shala Mills, associate professor of political science.
Dr. Ken Neuhauser, professor of geosciences.
Dr. Kim Perez, assistant professor of history.
Dr. Rick Peters, professor of accounting and information systems.
Dr. Paul Phillips, professor of geosciences.
Brian Razak, instructor of health and human performance.
Dr. Eugene Rice, assistant professor of philosophy.
Kim Riffel, associate professor of nursing.
Sandra Rupp, assistant professor of accounting and information systems.
Kenton Russell, instructor of justice studies.
Rebecca Sander, assistant professor of nursing.
Gina Smith, instructor of psychology.
Dr. Josephine Squires, associate professor of political science.
Dr. Bob Stephenson, associate professor of agriculture.
Dr. Sandra Theis, assistant professor of teacher education.
Chaiwat Thumsujarit, professor of art.
Dr. Kenneth Trantham, associate professor of physics.
Dr. Pelgy Vaz, associate professor of sociology and social work.
Dr. Beth Walizer, assistant professor of teacher education and technology.
Angela Walters, assistant professor of information networking and telecommunications.
Sharon Wilson, instructor of English.