Four UM Faculty Receive Governor’s Award for Excellence in Education

Four faculty members from the University of Missouri System campuses received the 2010 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Education during a luncheon program on Wednesday, February 10, at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Faculty members at Missouri’s public four-year colleges and universities were recognized for their excellence in challenging and motivating Missouri students to reach their maximum potential.

The UM recipients included Dr. John E. Adams, University of Missouri-Columbia; Dr. James A. Drallmeier, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Dr. Cameron Lindsey, University of Missouri-Kansas City; and Dr. James E. Henry, University of Missouri-St. Louis.

(From left) MU Chancellor Brady Deaton, MU awardee John Adams, UM System President Gary Forsee, Professor Carol Deakyne and MU Deputy Provost Ken Dean.

(From left) MU Chancellor Brady Deaton, MU awardee John Adams, UM System President Gary Forsee, Professor Carol Deakyne and MU Deputy Provost Ken Dean.

(From left) Missouri S&T Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Harvest Collier, Missouri S&T awardee James Drallmeier, and UM President Gary Forsee.

(From left) Missouri S&T Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies Harvest Collier, Missouri S&T awardee James Drallmeier, and UM President Gary Forsee.

(from left): UMSL Chancellor Tom George, UMSL awardee James Henry, and UM President Gary Forsee.

(From left) UMSL Chancellor Tom George, UMSL awardee James Henry, and UM President Gary Forsee.