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Arts and Letters faculty honored at 172nd Commencement Ceremony

Author: Andy Fuller

At the 172nd Commencement Ceremony, May 21, 2017, a number of outstanding faculty were recognized for their contributions to the academy and their achievements in stimulating the learning environment and mentoring students in various disciplines.

Emeritus Faculty

Joseph P. Amar, Professor of Classics, 28 years
Maureen B. M. Boulton, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, 32 years
Joseph A. Buttigieg, Professor of English, 37 years
Donald Crafton, Professor of Film, Television, and Theatre, 19 years
Michael S. Driscoll, Professor of Theology, 22 years
J. Nicholas Entrikin, Office of the Provost and Professor of Sociology, 6 years
Stephen A. Fredman, Professor of English, 37 years
Stephen E. Gersh, Professor of Medieval Institute, 40 years
Robert M. Gimello, Professor of Theology, 11 years
Lynn S. Joy, Professor of Philosophy, 17 years
Thomas A. Ksleman, Professor of History, 37 years
Scott E. Maxwell, Professor of Psychology, 35 years
Dayle Seidenspinner-Nun, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, 20 years
Michael R. Welch, Professor of Sociology, 35 years
Randall C. Zachman, Professor of Theology, 26 years
Catherine H. Zuckert, Professor of Political Science, 19 years

Reverend Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

John Deak, History
Kirk Bennett Doran, Economics
Tara Aine MacLeod, Irish Language and Literature
Susannah Brietz Monta, English
Robin Francis Rhodes, Art, Art History, and Design
 

Dockweiler Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising

Vicki Mary Douillet Toumayan, Arts and Letters Office of Undergraduate Studies
 

Rev. James A. Burns, C.S.C. Award

Patrick N. Griffin, History
 

The Charles E. Sheedy Award for Excellence in Teaching in the College of Arts and Letters

Jessica L. Collett, Sociology

 

Originally published at news.nd.edu.