HONORS & Other Things
William Gipson, University chaplain, has been elected to a two year term as president of the Association of College and University Religious Affairs (ACURA). ACURA is comprised of large research universities, small liberal arts schools, and private and public institutions.
Dr. Cristle Collins Judd, assistant professor of music, received the "Emerging Scholar" award at the annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory. Dr. Judd was recognized for her article "Josquin's Gospel Motets and Chant-Based Tonality" which appeared in a volume of essays she edited entitled Tonal Structures in Early Music (Garland, 1998).
Kathleen Mahoney, a graduate student in the School of Nursing, was selected as a Daily Point of Light last month for her work in the Amazon for nearly three years with Doctors Without Borders.
She trained local health promoters to diagnose malaria and to recognize and treat other diseases that plague their communities.
The Award is sponsored by The Points of Light Foundation, the Corporation
for National Service and the Knights of Columbus.
Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 13, November 23/30, 1999