alumnus, School of Health and Human Services
Efrain was recently named to the Board of Examiners for the 2015 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. The Baldrige Award is the nation's highest honor for organizational innovation and performance excellence.
associate professor, School of Public and International Affairs
Sheehan was selected by President Kurt Schmoke to receive the 2015 President's Faculty Award for outstanding contributions related to teaching, research and service in support of the University's mission.
graduate student, M.S. in Global Affairs and Human Security
Lauren has been accepted to present her paper “Domestic Peace and Homeland Security Structures” at the 2016 International Studies Association (ISA) Conference, to be held March 16-19 in Atlanta, GA. The ISA conference, one of the largest conferences in the field, attracts scholars and students from around the world.
associate professor, School of Criminal Justice
Seabrook was named one of The Daily Record's 2015 Top 100 Women. Launched in 1996, the award honors 100 outstanding women for professional accomplishment and dedication to community service and mentoring. Seabrook was selected out of 400 women who were nominated for the honor statewide.
professor, School of Public and International Affairs
Julnes has been awarded the prestigious 2015 Paul F. Lazarsfeld Evaluation Theory Award from the American Evaluation Association. The award, in existence since 1977, is presented annually to an individual whose written work on evaluation theory "has led to fruitful debates on the assumptions, goals, and practices of evaluation."