Achievements

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Achievements


Evansville Courier & Press, Evansville Courier & Press (2007-Current)


Margaret C. Stevenson and Mary C. Mohn have been named the winners of the 2012 Sydney and Sadelle Berger Awards, presented each year to members of the University of Evansville faculty who demonstrate exceptional scholarly activity and service. Stevenson, an assistant professor of psychology, received the award for scholarship, and Mohn, an associate professor of Spanish, earned the award for service. Charlie Berger, a 1969 UE graduate and local attorney with the law firm Berger & Berger, presented both awards at the university's annual Fall Faculty and Administrators Conference.

Stevenson serves as director of UE's Psychology and Law laboratory, and is an academic adviser and senior thesis mentor for psychology majors. She holds a Ph. D. in social psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and she joined the UE faculty in 2008.

Mohn has served on the university's admissions and standards committee since 2007, chaired the curriculum committee for several years and has participated in numerous search committees for tenure- track faculty positions in the Department of Foreign Languages. She also serves as a member of UE's assessment committee and chairs the popular Andiron Lecture Series in the liberal arts and sciences.

She received the Dean's Teaching Award for UE's College of Arts and Sciences in 2010. This past year, she was appointed director of the new general education program. …

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