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Faculty, We Salute You!

Convocation 2015

Outstanding faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences, as well a faculty of other TTU colleges, were awarded for their achievements and contributions during the April 28, 2015, Faculty Honors Convocation.

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President's Excellence in Teaching Awards

Professor Eugenio Aulisa TTU

Eugenio Aulisa
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics & Statistics

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Professor John Beusterien TTU

John Beusterien
Professor of Spanish, Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures

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Professor Laura Calkins, TTU

Laura Calkins
Associate Professor of History and  Director of Graduate Program, Department of History

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Professor Greg Gellene, TTU

Gregory Gellene
Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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Professor Justin Hart, TTU

Justin Hart
Associate Professor of History and  Associate Chair, Department of History

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Professor John Howe, TTU

John Howe
Professor of Medieval History, Department of History

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Professor Keith Jones, TTU

Keith Jones
Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology and  Director of Experimental Psychology Program, Department of Psychological Sciences

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Teaching Academy Departmental Excellence in Teaching Award

Department of History

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President's Excellence in Commercialization Award

Professor Brian Still

Brian Still
Associate Professor of English and  Director of the Usability Research Lab, Department of English

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Texas Tech Alumni Association New Faculty Awards

Professor Amelia Talley, TTU

Amelia Talley
Assistant Professor of Experimental Psychology, Department of Psychological Sciences

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Texas Tech Parents Association Barnie E. Rushing, Jr. Faculty Outstanding Researcher Awards—STEM Disciplines

Professor Yehia Mechref TTU

Yehia Mechref
Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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Texas Tech Parents Association Barnie E. Rushing, Jr. Faculty Outstanding Researcher Awards—Social Science, Humanities & Creative Arts Disciplines

Professor H.J. Larmour, TTU

David Larmour
Professor of Classics, Department of Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures

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Emeritus Faculty Certificates

  • Wendell Aycock, Professor of English, 45 years
  • Roger Barnard, Professor of Mathematics & Statistics, 41 years
  • Richard Deslippe, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, 18 years
  • Nelson Dometrius, Professor of Political Science, 36 years
  • Ronald Gilbert, Associate Professor of Economics, 37 years
  • Clyde Hendrick, Horn Professor of Psychology, 29 years
  • Susan Hendrick, Horn Professor of Psychology, 29 years
  • Clyde Martin, Horn Professor of Mathematics & Statistics, 30 years
  • Frits Ruymgaart, Horn Professor of Mathematics & Statistics, 24 years
  • Michael Schoenecke, Associate Professor of English, 32 years
  • Philip Smith, Professor of Mathematics & Statistics, 17 years
  • James Whitlark, Professor of English, 35 years

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Paul Whitfield Horn Professor Designation for 2015

Professor Guigen Li, TTU 

Guigen Li
Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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Recognition of Paul Whitfield Horn Professors

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Chancellor's Council Distinguished Research Awards

Professor Aliza Wong, TTU

Aliza Wong
Associate Professor in the Department of History and Associate Dean, Honors College

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Texas Tech Parents Association Faculty Distinguished Leadership Award

Professor Gary Elbow, TTU

Gary Elbow
Professor of Geosciences, Department of Geosciencesand Honors College

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Texas Tech Parents Association Hemphill Wells New Professor Excellence in Teaching Award

Professor Michael Findlater, TTU

Michael Findlater
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

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2016 Faculty Honors Convocation, A&S Recognitions

2014 Faculty Honors Convocation, A&S Recognitions

2013 Faculty Honors Convocation, A&S Recognitions

2012 Faculty Honors Convocation, A&S Recognitions

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