BCB Faculty win University awards

September 17, 2015
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Dan Nettleton, Statistics

Dan, a BCB faculty member in the Statistics Department, received the Distinguished Professor award ...

The title of Distinguished Professor, first awarded in 1956, is the highest academic honor that Iowa State bestows. It recognizes faculty members whose accomplishments in research or creative activities have had a significant impact on their discipline, and who have demonstrated outstanding performance in at least one other area of faculty responsibility. Nominees must hold the rank of professor and have served for at least five years on the ISU faculty. A $6,500 increment in base salary is granted, and the awardee retains the title for the remainder of his or her career at the university.

Drena Dobbs, GDCB

Drena, a BCB faculty member in the GDCB Department, receive a University Professor award ...

The title of University Professor is conferred on a faculty member who has acted as a change agent by having made significant contributions to improve the university, and who has demonstrated outstanding performance in at least one other area of faculty responsibility. Nominees must hold the rank of professor and have served for at least 10 years on the ISU faculty. A $6,000 increment in base salary is granted, and the awardee retains the title for the remainder of his or her career at the university.

Christopher Tuggle, Animal Science

Chris, a BCB faculty member in the Animal Science Department, received a Regents Award for Faculty Excellence...

The award is presented by the state Board of Regents to recognize tenured faculty members who are outstanding university citizens and have rendered significant service to Iowa State or to the state of Iowa. A $1,000 award is granted.

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