University of Wyoming President Ed Seidel has recognized faculty members who demonstrate high achievement in scholarship with 2023 Presidential Scholarly Achievement Awards.
Started by Seidel in 2022, the awards include two tracks: one for tenured faculty and one for early-career faculty. Each track includes a monetary award and recognition at the President’s Commencement Dinner Thursday, May 11.
“Through the Presidential Scholarly Achievement Awards, I am honored to recognize this year’s exceptional group of faculty,” Seidel says. “All excel in scholarship, which is key to a thriving university and the achievement of objective 2 of our strategic plan — ‘Pursue Institutional Excellence.’”
The Presidential Scholarly Achievement Awards for tenured faculty at associate or full professor ranks who have demonstrated significant achievement focus on different colleges or disciplines each year. The honor includes a cash award of $2,500 each.
The following faculty members in the College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources received Presidential Scholarly Achievement Awards for tenured faculty.
— Michael Dillon, professor of zoology and physiology.
— James Pru, professor of animal science.
Recipients of Presidential Scholarly Achievement Awards for early-career faculty were each awarded $5,000 toward scholarship activities. Thomas Boothby, assistant professor of molecular biology in the College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources, was one of the eight 2023 awardees.
To view a full list of faculty who received 2023 Presidential Scholarly Achievement awards, visit https://bit.ly/pres-scholarly-achievement-2023.
This story was originally published on UW News.