PAW Receives the 2016 Student Climate and Diversity Award!

Great news, PAW members!  PAW has been selected to receive the 2016 Student Climate and Diversity Award from the Eberly College of Science!  We want to thank all of our members for their involvement in outreach and mentoring that allowed us to receive this honor!  The will be a ceremony and reception on January 15, 2016 at 3 p.m. in the gateway between the chemistry and life sciences building and all members are encouraged to attend.

 

See the email from Edie Rudy (ECOS Climate and Diversity Committee) below:

Good Morning colleagues!

Each year the Climate & Diversity Committee awards  individuals and programs that have displayed extraordinary commitment to enhancing our environment of mutual respect and diversity.  The awards are intended to highlight all members of the college community; undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, staff members, faculty members, as well as programs within the college that are supportive and welcoming of all individuals within our college community.  These awards allow us to share the success stories and celebrate the leadership and vision of individuals and programs.

This year we had 13 nominations, which made the task of selecting only 3 recipients extremely difficult. After careful consideration we are excited to announce the following winners:

Faculty – Steve Schaeffer (Biol)
Student – PAW – Physics and Astronomy For Women (student organization)
Staff – Starlette Sharp (Dean’s Office)

We invite everyone to join us at the Climate & Diversity Awards ceremony and reception to recognize these individuals.  The ceremony and reception will be Friday, January 15, 2016 at 3:00 PM at the Gateway to the Life Sciences.(The bridge between the Chemistry Building and the Huck Life Sciences building.)

Have a great evening!
Edie Rudy
Eberly College of Science Climate & Diversity Committee

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