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SIS Faculty, Alumni, and Staff Awards 2015

The SIS Globe Seal

SIS Faculty Awards

SIS Scholar/Teacher of the Year

Daniel Esser

Outstanding Scholarship, Research, & Professional Contributions

Gordon Adams

William Cromwell Award for Outstanding Teaching

Maria De Jesus

Outstanding Teaching, Term Faculty

Eve Bratman

Darrell Randall Award for Outstanding Service to the University Community

Abdul Aziz Said

Outstanding Teaching, Adjunct Faculty

Eric Novotny

F. Gunther Eyck Award

Nanette Levinson

SIS Alumni Awards

Class of 1967 Award

Established in 2009 by members of the SIS undergraduate class of 1967, the Class of 1967 Scholarship Fund is awarded annually in memory of deceased classmates. The scholarship honors an SIS international undergraduate student who exemplifies the ideals of the school.

This year’s Class of 1967 Award was presented to Iris Wu, SIS/BA '15 at the AU All-American Weekend. Iris was raised in Taiwan and has spent time studying in the United States and participated in a semester abroad program in Morocco. She has been a mentor with the incoming transfer student program, Transfer Success Series, which helps new students transition into life at AU. She has been involved with the SIS Gateway Program, the International Student Leadership Team, and was the Orientation Coordinator for International Student Orientation, in addition to her studies and internships. These experiences have helped Iris develop into an exemplary SIS student who understands and respects the concept of a global community and she has demonstrated the volunteerism and commitment to service that we value so highly here at the School of International Service.

SIS Staff Awards

Outstanding Performance

David Fletcher

Outstanding Service to the University Community

James Banks

Collaboration Award

Stephanie Block

Customer Support

Fatemeh Shahkolahi

Innovation and Change

International Affairs Research Institute

Special Award

John Paul Johnson