April 12, 2016
Recipients named for 2016 Awards for Excellence in Distance Learning
Digital Education and the Office of the Provost have announced the recipients of the 2016 Awards for Excellence in Distance Learning.
The annual awards are intended to recognize professional accomplishment and to promote creative and effective approaches to learning delivered via distance learning media.
The 2016 recipients:
* Kimberly Kinzig, associate professor of behavioral neuroscience, received the Undergraduate award for PSY 222, Introduction to Behavioral Neurosciences.
* Victoria Walker, clinical assistant professor of learning design and technology, and Iryna Ashby, graduate student, received the Graduate award for EDCI 569, Introduction to E-learning.
* Atsushi Fukada, professor of Japanese and linguistics, and Mayo Miyamoto, graduate assistant, received the Innovation award for JPNS 101-202.
* James Krogmeier, associate head and professor of electrical and computer engineering, received the Professional Development/Non-credit award for the Purdue NExT course, Applied Signal Processing Systems.
These awards are accompanied by a $1,000 cash award.
Jacob Millspaw, continuing lecturer at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, received the Emerging Technology award for PHYS 125, Light and Color. This award is accompanied by a $500 cash award.
All of the Excellence in Distance Learning award recipients will be honored at the Provost's Faculty Award Convocation on April 25. A list of past recipients of the Excellence in Distance Learning award is available at https://www.distance.purdue.edu/awards/index.html.