Seven ENVS faculty members honored at CAS Dean’s Reception
Seven core ENVS faculty members were honored for university- and national-level research and teaching awards they received in 2012 at the College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Reception on February 20th.
Scott Bridgham became a Fellow of the Society of Wetland Scientists, which is the Society’s highest level of recognition for accomplishments of a member. Trudy Ann Cameron became a Fellow of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. Matthew Dennis was awarded the Provost’s Senior Humanist Research Fellowship by the Oregon Humanities Center. Josh Roering and Ted Toadvine each received a Fund for Faculty Excellence Award from the University of Oregon. Marsha Weisiger received the Hal Rothman Prize from the Western History Association. Richard York received the Rural Sociology Best Paper Award from the Rural Sociological Society, as well as a Teaching and Mentorship Award and an Allan Schnaiberg Outstanding Publication Award Honorable Mention, both from the American Sociological Association.