Cherie Stabler, Ph.D., professor, and Jennifer Nichols, Ph.D., assistant professor, have been named an Anderson Scholar Faculty Honoree from the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for being inspiring & influential to students.
The award is named after James N. Anderson, who served as the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (1910-1930). The Anderson Award is the highest recognition bestowed on undergraduate students for their academic excellence. Anderson Scholar certificates are given campus-wide by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to students who have earned cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.90 (with distinction); 3.95 (high distinction); and 4.0 (highest distinction) during their freshman and sophomore years. When a student is notified of the award, they are given an opportunity to identify one faculty member who has been particularly inspiring or influential.
Congratulations, Drs. Stabler and Nichols!