College Spring Assembly honors four from Kinesiology

The College of Education and Human Development’s Annual Spring Assembly was held on April 21 with four from the School of Kinesiology receiving awards. Physical Activity Program director Brandi Hoffman, senior lecturer and Tucker Center associate director Nicole LaVoi, Ph.D., doctoral candidate Joshua Lupinek, and assistant professor Eric Snyder,Ph.D., were honored for their accomplishments in 2014-15.

Hoffman received the Outstanding Achievement P&A Award, which recognize academic/professional personnel and administrative personnel for outstanding achievement in furthering the mission and goals of their units and/or CEHD.

LaVoi was the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award— recognizes outstanding contributions by a college faculty member who enhances learning through classroom and/or field-based teaching, student advising and academic innovations.

Lupinek received the Outstanding Student Leadership Graduate Award. The purpose of this award is to recognize undergraduate and graduate students for exceptional leadership and/or service contributions to the CEHD, the University community, and the surrounding community.

Snyder was honored for Excellence in Academic Advising. This award recognizes exceptional academic advising of undergraduate or graduate students.