Congratulations to UWF Honors Convocation CASSH faculty awardees
March 26, 2021 | Brandy Gottlieb | firstname.lastname@example.org
We are proud to recognize the 2021 UWF Honors Convocation CASSH faculty awardees. Honors Convocation is an annual celebration where faculty and students are recognized for their distinguished academic achievements. It is one of the university's most important academic traditions.
Congratulations to all of our CASSH faculty awardees for their achievements in excellence.
To learn more about the UWF Honors Convocation or to view student awardees, please visit uwf.edu/honorsconvocation.
President’s Award for Leadership in Diversity
Congratulations to Scott Satterwhite, English instructor, for being named the UWF faculty winner of the President’s Award for Leadership in Diversity. His passion for understanding the ways in which writers impact history has inspired him to write articles that have historical significance to the Pensacola community, both for academic journals and popular publications. Satterwhite has spearheaded and collaborated on many diversity and inclusion initiatives at UWF, as well as in the community.
Distinction in Faculty Research and Scholarly Activities
Congratulations to CASSH faculty for receiving distinction in Faculty Research and Scholarly Activities. We are proud to feature these faculty members who have been recognized for their excellence in research and scholarship.
Dr. Katherine Miller Wolf is an assistant professor of anthropology. She specializes in the study of skeletal remains from archaeological sites to answer cultural questions about the past.
Dr. Allysha Winburn is an assistant professor of anthropology, Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Anthropology, and Registered Professional Archaeologist. A biological anthropologist, she focuses on holistic forensic anthropology, skeletal age estimation, and ritual uses of human remains.
Dr. Winburn also received the UWF Faculty Excellence in Teaching or Advising Award.
Dr. Jocelyn Evans, senior faculty, professor of government and associate dean of the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, teaches American government, legislative behavior, women and politics, religion and politics, political theory and research methods.
The SGA Distinguished Teaching Award
The SGA Distinguished Teaching Award for the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities goes to Dr. Adam Blood, from the Department of Communication. Instructor of communication, Blood teaches public speaking and is the director of the UWF Speech and Debate program.
The Director’s Choice Award
The Director’s Choice Award recipient is Dr. Willie Tubbs. Dr. Tubbs is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication. His expertise in communications is broad and includes interactive media, message design, journalism and media relations. Tubbs’ primary area of research is media history with a focus on 20th Century American media.