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LC State announces faculty and staff awards for 2019-20

LEWISTON, Idaho – Twelve Lewis-Clark State College employees received faculty and staff honors from the college for the 2019-20 academic year, LC State administrators have announced.

Usually, the college holds a Faculty & Staff Recognition Luncheon late in the spring semester to announce the awards, but was unable to this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, which is organized by the Office of the Provost with strong support from the LC State Foundation, honors faculty and staff for their work.

The full list of awards is shown below along with those who have retired this year.

2020 LC State Faculty & Staff Awards

President's Award for Excellence in Diversity & Cross-Cultural Understanding
Sarah Graham, Associate Professor, Humanities Division 

President’s Award for Outstanding Teaching
Rodney Farrington, Assistant Professor, Business Technology & Service Division
Jennifer Gardner, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education Division
Julie Bezzerides, Associate Professor, Humanities Division   

Dr. Cameron & Marilyn Hinman LCSC Employee Excellence Award
Martin Gibbs, Interim Dean for Liberal Arts & Sciences   

Annice Edmundson Faculty Excellence Award
Marlow Daly-Galeano, Associate Professor, Humanities Division
Debbie Goodwin, Professor, Business Division
JR Kok, Assistant Professor, Technical & Industrial Division

LCSC Foundation Award
Rhett Diessner, Social Sciences Division

Fernandez Faculty Excellence Award
Laura Earles, Professor, Social Sciences Division  

Professional Staff Award for Excellence
Dawn Lesperance, Director of e-Learning, Disability Services, and the Testing Center

Classified Staff of the Year Award
Robin VanSickle, Administrative Assistant, Disability Services

Retirees (and years of service at LC State)
Debbie Leachman (41), Nadine Walters (35), Mary Flores (32), Doug Combs (26), Masoud Kazemi (25), Claire Davis (24), Thomas Hennigan (21), Allen Schmoock (16), Ed Howard (15), Andena Hubbard (15), Daniel Deyarmin (13), Rollie Hallen (11), Johnny Dahl (6).