Marissa Gannon receives award from Frank Galey

Program recognizes outstanding staff, faculty

College staff and faculty members received recognition during the dean’s Employee Recognition Program in December.

The Agricultural Experiment Station also presented its outstanding faculty and student research article awards for Reflections magazine (see page 18).

Dean Frank Galey presented Kelly Greenwald, an administrative assistant at the James C. Hageman Sustainable Agriculture and Research Extension Center near Lingle, and Marissa Gannon, an accounting associate in the Department of Molecular Biology, with his outstanding employee awards.

Students recognized outstanding teachers and advisers in the college. Senior lecturer Rachel Watson in the Department of Molecular Biology received the Lawrence Meeboer Agricultural Classroom Teaching Award. Assistant Professor Chian Jones Ritten in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics was presented the Outstanding Adviser Award.

Associate Professor Anowar Islam in the Department of Plant Sciences and Mary Martin, University of Wyoming Extension educator based in Teton County and serving northwest Wyoming, received Outstanding Educator Awards. Nominations are reviewed by a committee of a dean’s office representative, an academic department head, and a previous award recipient, with final recommendations to the dean.

Anowar Islam standing with Dean Galey.
Anowar Islam, outstanding educator award
Marissa Gannon shakes Dean Galey's hand.
Dean Frank Galey and Kelly Greenwald, outstanding employee award
Marissa Gannon shakes Dean Galey's hand.
Marissa Gannon, outstanding employee award
Mary Martin headshot
Mary Martin, outstanding educator award
3 people pose for group picture.
From left, Rachel Watson, Lawrence Meeboer Agricultural Classroom Teaching Award, Rob Ziegler, pre-vet student and representing students, and Chian Jones Ritten, outstanding adviser award

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