CEA Faculty Fellows Honored by Ball State University
Two CEA Faculty Fellows have been honored by Ball State University for their contributions to the University. Chin-Sook Pak, Associate Professor of Spanish (Faculty Fellow 2001-2002) was named the institution's Outstanding Diversity Advocate. The Outstanding Diversity Advocate Award is given in recognition of demonstrated excellence by a faculty member in championing and facilitating inclusive excellence. The award is given on the basis of continuous and cumulative achievement at Ball State over a minimum of five calendar years.
Sarah Vitale, Associate Professor of Philosophy (Faculty Fellow 2023-2024) received the institution's Outstanding Teaching Award. The Outstanding Teaching Award is given in recognition of excellence in teaching inclusive of the highest standards of pedagogy, creativity, or innovation in the classroom and curricula. Nominees should have demonstrated leadership in teaching methodologies and advancement of the scholarship of teaching.
These awards reinforce the importance of the Faculty Fellows program and the lasting impact it has on the fellows, their teaching, and the proliferation of these practices around the state. Congratulations to both Dr. Pak and Dr. Vitale on their achievements!