OIBR Affiliate, Sarah Shannon, Receives 2019 Russell Award
Dr. Sarah Shannon, OIBR Affiliate and Assistant Professor in Sociology in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has been named one of three recipients of the Richard B. Russell Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. This award is the highest honor in early career teaching.
“The 2019 Russell Award recipients engage students with innovative instruction while maintaining the kind of personalized support that defines a University of Georgia education,” said Interim Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Libby V. Morris. “These exemplary faculty members are respected by their colleagues and committed to the success of their students.”
Nominations for the Russell Award are submitted by deans and considered by a committee of senior faculty members and undergraduate students. To learn more about this award and Dr. Shannon, go here.