College of Science Faculty and Staff Awards 2015

April,  2015

College of Science Awards
 

The Department of Statistics congratulates the following faculty and staff for their achievements, as recognized by the College of Science in February.

Shaun Ponder, Business Office Staff (not pictured), received the Leadership Award for her hard work and dedication to providing great customer service to faculty, students, and staff, and for her central role as a resource person for the business office.  She was nominated jointly with the Department of Mathematics. 

Professor Rebecca Doerge, Department Head (not pictured), received the Leadership Award for her tireless efforts to lead and promote the Department of Statistic s, her dedication to the recruitment and mentoring of faculty, staff, and graduate students, and for her visionary leadership in interdisciplinary research. 

Ce-Ce Furtner, Manager of the Statistical Consulting Service (pictured far right), received the Customer Service Award for her outstanding service to faculty and students through the Statistical Consulting Service, and for her devotion to coordinating and teaching STAT 225.

Professor Xiao Wang, Associate Professor (not pictured), received the Graduate Student Mentoring Award for his dedication to advising and mentoring graduate students, and for organizing the Mathematical Statistics Seminar.

Professor Mark D. Ward (Front Row 2nd from left), Professor Rebecca Doerge (not pictured), Professor Jun Xie (Front Row 4th from left), Professor Hao Zhang (Front Row 3rd from Left), Professor Lingsong Zhang  (Back Row 2nd), Professor Guang Cheng  (not pictured),  Professor Sharon Christ (Back Row Far Right), Professor Hyonho Chun (Front Row 2nd from Right), Professor Bruce Craig (Back Row 3rd from Left), Professor Frederi Viens (not pictured), Professor Xiao Wang (not pictured), Visiting Assistant Professor Walid Sharabati (Back Row 1st), Doug Crabill (Back row 2nd from Right) received the Team Award for successfully creating the Statistics Living-Learning Community, for mentoring, advising, and teaching undergraduate students over and above their responsibilities.