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This award is new in 2021 and will be given annually to recognize the many efforts that CEOAS faculty make in mentoring our undergraduate students.
Professor Anita L. Grunder made major contributions to undergraduate education in CEOAS and in the Department of Geosciences, as a Professor of Geology and as the inaugural Associate Dean of Academic programs after the merger that formed CEOAS. Professor Grunder was the Associated of Women Geoscientists National Teacher of Year in 2009, and a former winner of the OSU College of Science Lloyd Carter and Fred Horne awards for excellence in teaching. This award is given annually to a CEOAS faculty member who demonstrates excellence in undergraduate teaching in the college.
Professor June Pattullo played an instrumental role in the inception and early development of graduate education in oceanography at OSU. The award was first given in 1998 and is intended to recognize a teaching faculty member who has achieved excellence in teaching within CEOAS over a period of several years. The same person may not receive the teaching award more than once in seven years.
Jack Dymond was a stalwart member of the CEOAS (then COAS) faculty until his untimely death in 2003, and was known for his efforts in mentoring graduate students in the college. The award was developed by COAS students in 1999 to recognize Jack’s many contributions to student mentoring.
This award was initiated by COAS students in 2000 as a way to recognize the significant contribution FRAs (Faculty Research Assistants) make in supporting student development and research. The award is given annually for exemplary performance by a CEOAS Faculty Research Assistant.
This award was initiated in 2007 as a way to recognize the outstanding service and contributions to CEOAS by classified staff. The award is given annually for exemplary performance by a CEOAS classified staff member.
This award recognizes students who have demonstrated extraordinary dedication and service to the college.
These awards have been given to individuals who have gone above and beyond the requirements of their positions to help CEOAS meet the challenges presented by the Burt Hall fire and the COVID-19 pandemic.