College Faculty Named Provost Teacher-Scholar Award Recipients
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Provost Teacher Scholar Award Recipients
From left to right: Cord Brundage, Chitra Dabas, Gabriel Davidov-Pardo, and Jon Phillips.
Published Date: Jul 5, 2018 2:30:00 PM
Four Huntley College of Agriculture faculty members were selected to receive Provost’s Teacher-Scholar Awards.
The four faculty members are:
- Cord Brundage, assistant professor of animal and veterinary science.
- Chitra Dabas, associate professor of apparel merchandising and management.
- Gabriel Davidov-Pardo, assistant professor of human nutrition and food science.
- Jon Phillips, professor
andchair of the Department of Agribusiness & Food Industry Management/Agricultural Science.
The Division of Academic Affairs manages the awards program, which provides assigned time or professional development funds for tenure-track faculty to pursue scholarly, research, or creative activities.
The goals are to encourage their development as scholars, develop life-long learning to students, and blend teaching and scholarship into a single, synergistic endeavor.
Brundage will use his time to help students with their research projects; invite them to participate in his research; work as a student club advisor; and chaperone students at conferences. He also will teach senior students to produce quality literature reviews.
Dabas wants to develop retail merchandising case studies to enhance student learning.
Davidov-Pardo will train new students in lab techniques and procedures, write funding proposals for his research, and write one peer-reviewed paper.
Phillips plans to work on several projects, including submitting papers to a peer-reviewed journal and assisting graduate students in turning their theses into peer-reviewed journal articles.