Drs. Beth Vanlandingham, left center, and Patsy Boyce, right center,
are congratulated by Carson-Newman President Randall OíBrien, and
Executive Vice President and Provost Kina Mallard following C-Nís
Honors Convocation.† Vanlandingham was recipient of C-Nís
Distinguished Faculty Award, while Boyce earned the Universityís
Community Service Award.
|Published: 8:52 PM, 04/12/2013
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
JEFFERSON CITY--"Distinction" and
"honor" was the focus of Carson-Newman University's April 11 Honors
Convocation. The event recognized
recipients of the Distinguished Faculty Award and Community Service Award for
Dr. Patsy Boyce, a graduate of Cocke County High School,
was recognized as this year's Community Service Award winner, being championed
for exemplifying the spirit of the award through her service on and off campus.
Boyce received her undergraduate degree from Berea
College before earning both her master's degree and doctorate from the
University of Tennessee. She
joined C-N's faculty in 1988.
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