B. Dana Kivel (left) and Kelly McDonald are winners of the CSU’s highest award given to faculty. (Sacramento State file)
欧洲杯 投注Two prominent Sacramento State professors, B. Dana Kivel and Kelly McDonald, are among 25 faculty across the CSU to receive a 2020-21 California State University Faculty Innovation & Leadership Award, the CSU’s top faculty award.
The award for accomplishments that bring key educational missions into clear focus.
欧洲杯 投注Chosen by the CSU FILA Selection Committee from more than 120 nominees, Kivel and McDonald represent an ideal, faculty who “demonstrate extraordinary leadership to advance student success,” the CSU states. Sacramento State is one of just two campuses with two honorees.
Kivel is the outgoing director of Sac State’s Center for Community Engagement and a professor of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Administration. McDonald is a professor of Biology and director of the University’s Center for Science and Math Success. Both professors have built durable, important legacies at Sac State.
Read more about these honored faculty members:
- Kelly McDonald: Clearing paths to science earns FILA nod
- Dana Kivel: A commitment to community brings FILA honor