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Western professors honored by Connecticut State University system

Two WCSU professors were honored for outstanding work in their academic fields by the Connecticut State University System and its Board of Trustees. Associate Professor of Biological and Environmental Sciences Dr. Theodora Pinou was recognized with a research award for her scholarly work in ecology and the evolutionary development of vertebrates. Associate Professor of Education and Educational Psychology Dr. Kathryn Campbell was recognized with a teaching award for her consistently high standards, guiding support of students and adherence to the principles of critical thinking and scholarly work.

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(l-r): Associate Professor of Education and Educational Psychology Dr. Kathryn Campbell and Associate Professor of Biological and Environmental Sciences Dr. Theodora Pinou were honored by the Connecticut State University System Board of Trustees; (l-r) Chancellor David G. Carter, BOT member John A. Doyle, BOT Chairman Karl J. Krapek, Pinou and WCSU President James W. Schmotter