Hampton Professor Receives 2012 State Outstanding Faculty Award
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia has named Dr. Zina McGee, Hampton University endowed professor of sociology, a 2012 Outstanding Faculty Award recipient. The award is the highest recognition for professors from the Commonwealth.
“The Hampton University community joins me in congratulating Dr. McGee on her selection as a recipient of the 2012 Outstanding Faculty Award,” said HU President Dr. William R. Harvey. “Dr. McGee has shown a steadfast commitment to excellence in teaching, research and service.”
McGee is among 12 recipients from Virginia’s public and private colleges and universities who will be honored on Feb. 16, at the Jefferson Hotel in Richmond.
McGee has taught at HU for almost 19 years. During her tenure she has received multiple grants to pursue her research interest, including a faculty research fellowship with the National Consortium on Violence Research through Carnegie Mellon University.
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HU Professor Receives 2012 Outstanding Faculty Award