Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman who won the Outstanding Community Engaged Teaching Award
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman was awarded USF's inaugural Outstanding Community Engaged Teaching Award. The Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships created the award, with the support of Academic Affairs, and a review committee selected the winner. OCEP's Interim Director Dr. Harold Keller stated: "Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman's work described in her application is truly outstanding, and the recognition of her work by the university at large is well deserved."
Senior Vice Provost Dr. Dwayne Smith made a surprise visit to announce Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman (Sociology) as the winner of the inaugural Outstanding Community Engaged Teaching Award.