NSU recognizes alumni from Education, Business, Communications

College of Business and Technology:

Northwestern State University’s College of Business and Technology honored four individuals with induction into the College’s Hall of Distinction in conjunction with Homecoming festivities. From left are honorees Nick Courville (Accounting), Dr. Jack Russell and Barbara Russell (Computer Information Systems) and Scotty Williams accepting on behalf of his father, the late John G. Williams (Business Administration). 

 

Comm Awards

Department of New Media, Journalism and Communications Arts:

Northwestern State University’s Department of New Media, Journalism and Communications Arts recognized three individuals as the inaugural recipients of the Distinguished Communications Professional Award during a program held in conjunction with Homecoming Festivities. Honorees were Raymond Strother, the late Maj. Gen. Erbon Wise (Retired) and the late Marie Norris Wise. The Distinguished Communications Professional award recognizes individuals with successful careers in and/or significant contributions to the fields of journalism, photojournalism, communications, news editorial, public relations, political strategy, media production, web content production and new media as it emerges, as well as individuals who have made significant contributions to the Department. From left are Dane Strother accepting the award on behalf of his father and Ann Wise, Edmond Wise and Norris Wise Swain representing Maj. Gen. Wise and Mrs. Wise. 

 

Ed HOF

Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development:

Northwestern State University’s Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development honored several individuals with induction into the Hall of Distinguished Educators during Homecoming festivities. From left are Dr. Katrina Jordan, director of the School of Education; Distinguished Educators Dr. Elwanda Murphy, Dr. Chis Maggio, Dr. John Dollar and Toni Bennett, Dr. Christy Hornsby, Outstanding Young Professional, and Dr. Kimberly McAlister, dean of the College of Education and Human Development. 


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