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Scholarship, Awards Day Honors Students, Faculty

DJkingScholarshipDay.jpgBelmont University recognized students and faculty at Monday’s annual Scholarship and Awards Day ceremony in the Massey Performing Arts Center. Click here for a photo gallery of the event. Students honored in the ceremony included:
Caitlin Motes, Kate Tully – The Williams-Murray First Year Writing Awards
Amaryah Armstrong, Carly Escue – The Alfred Leland Crabb Awards
Matthew Lefavor, Brian York, Bethany Somma, Ian Chapman – The Stacy Awalt Writing Awards
Jessica Duble – The Annette Sisson First Year Writing Award
Abigail Selden – The Lumos Travel Award
Margaret Shehan – The John Williams Heart of Belmont Award
JoAnna B. Adkisson – The First Year Award, Leadership
Moniqe Janee Parris – The Second Year Award, Leadership
Daniel (D.J.) R. King, Jr. – The Third Year Award, Leadership
Henry (Hank) L. Carter – The Fourth Year Award, Leadership
HarryHollis.jpgRetiring faculty member Dr. Harry Hollis, the James M. Medlin Chair of Business Ethics and past Director of Belmont’s Center for Business Ethics, was also recognized for multiple years of service to Belmont. In addition, nominees were recognized for the Chaney Distinguished Professor Award: Lucyellen Dahlgren, School of Nursing; Steven Guthrie, School of Religion; and Sarah Ann Stewart, Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science. Finalists for the Presidential Faculty Achievement Award were also recognized: Jeff Cornwall, College of Business Administration; Myron Oglesby-Pitts, School of Education; Jason Stahl, School of Social Sciences; and Dorren Robinson, School of Social Sciences.