Our COVID-19 Response
In early March, the college, and university as a whole, quickly took action to prepare for the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our students, faculty, and staff.
Moving to remote learning and working may have been one of the largest coordinated endeavors we have had to execute in a very short time period. We are happy to report that in our third week of online classes, we are encouraged by the creativity of our faculty, the perseverance of our students, and the flexibilty of our staff.
It is the purest form of grit.
Recognizing faculty, students, and staff who have excelled
Faculty and staff were recognized for advancing the mission of teaching, research, and service.
Four students earned Student Luminary awards for their exceptional leadership and commitment to improving campus life.
Seven undergraduate students have been selected to be part of the inaugural group of STEM CONNECT Scholars.
Three students earned Graduate Fellowships from the National Science Foundation for demonstrating the potential for significant research achievements.
72 faculty and staff received Parents Recognition Awards from the university's Parents Association, based on nominations from parents.