Department of Kinesiology

School of Health and Human Sciences

KIN Faculty members, Dr. Greg Daniels, Dr. Louisa Raisbeck, and Dr. Christopher Rhea, are presented with three awards from HHS.

Dr. Daniels, Dr. Raisbeck, and Dr. Rhea holding their awards
KIN Faculty wins three awards from HHS

Dr. Greg Daniels won the HHS Mary Frances Stone Teaching Excellence Award. This award honors tenured and non-tenure track faculty in the School of HHS for teaching excellence. Clarence and Jane Stone established this award to honor their daughter. They believed that “educational strength depends on the development and retention of great scholars and teachers”.

Dr. Louisa Raisbeck won the Junior Research Excellence Award. This award recognizes HHS faculty members for their outstanding research contributions. Each year, one tenured and one nontenured faculty member is recognized. Excellence may be demonstrated by the originality of work, a pattern of research productivity and the involvement of student in the research enterprise.

Dr. Christopher Rhea won the Jerry and Joan Morrison & Gail M. Hennis Teaching Excellence Award. This award was established to celebrate quality in teaching and to provide support to a graduate faculty member in the Departments of Community and Therapeutic Recreation, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Kinesiology, or Public Health Education. It was made possible by a gift from Jerry R. and Joan M. Tolley to honor Dr. Gail M. Hennis, a former professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Assistant Dean of the Graduate School at UNCG.