The Richard A. Manahan Family Teaching Excellence Recognition Award rewards teaching excellence

Dr. Dianne Renn poses on the quad.

The Richard A. Manahan Family Teaching Excellence Recognition Award was created by Dr. Richard A. Manahan and family in 1984. The award is given to a full-time Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF) faculty member to recognize significant teaching quality. The recipient’s quality to, “inspire students to achieve their full learning potential both in and outside of the classroom” is a desired requirement.

Join Sober Redbirds in celebrating National Recovery Month

summer flowers on Quad by Fell gates

Sober Redbirds celebrates National Recovery Month each September and rejoices that recovery from substance use disorders is possible. Recovery leads to fulfilling and healthy lives for the people in recovery, as well as the people and communities who surround them. In the United States alone, approximately 25 million people have achieved at least one year

Fear the Bird Kick-Off set for August 18

Join us on Sunday, August 18, from 1–3 p.m. on the first floor of the Bone Student Center by Barnes and Noble as we partner with Welcome Week for a Fear the Bird Kick-Off event!

The legacy of Floyd Hoelting

Floyd B. Hoelting returned to campus Friday, March 29, 2019, to award the Hoelting Team Player Award to Elizabeth (Liz) Thomason, Area Coordinator for Apartments (Cardinal Ct., Fell, and School).