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Outstanding faculty honored at CASNR awards

Outstanding faculty honored at CASNR awards


By Scout Nelson

At the recent College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CASNR) Awards Luncheon, five members of the Department of Animal Science were honored with the prestigious Holling Family Teaching Excellence Awards for their outstanding contributions to teaching and inclusivity.

Alli Raymond, the department's undergraduate admissions coordinator, was recognized with the CASNR Staff Inclusive Excellence Award for her exceptional efforts in promoting diversity and inclusive excellence within the college.

Ally Pachunka, a Ph.D. student in the department, received the Graduate Teaching and Learning Award, acknowledging her exceptional teaching and learning contributions as a graduate student instructor.

Kacie McCarthy, an assistant professor and beef cow-calf extension specialist, was awarded the Early Achievement Faculty Award for her exceptional teaching efforts as an early career faculty member.

Lisa Karr, a professor and companion animal extension specialist, was honored with the Faculty Inclusive Excellence Award for her dedication to promoting diversity and inclusive excellence in her teaching practices.

Tom Burkey, a professor of non-ruminant nutrition, received the Sustained Excellence in Teaching and Learning Faculty Award, recognizing his consistent and exceptional teaching contributions over the years.

The Holling Family Teaching Excellence Awards have been a hallmark of recognition for outstanding teaching within the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (IANR) since 1998, with over 200 awards presented.

These awards highlight IANR's commitment to excellence in teaching and fostering a collaborative community dedicated to serving the needs of society.

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