McGill Wins 2011 Outstanding BIS Faculty Mentor Award

Dr. Kathy McGill, an adjunct professor in U.S. history, has been selected as the recipient of the 2011 Outstanding Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS) Faculty Mentor Award.

BIS faculty mentors are nominated by their students for outstanding service. One student cited Dr. McGill's patient and steadfast guidance as an advisor.

The student wrote of Dr. McGill, “I considered myself most fortunate to have an advisor with faith in my abilities and follow-through; a mentor willing to challenge my academic growth. Kathy McGill was the mentor I had hoped for; reliable, constant, learned and passionate about her craft. She is a role model for interdisciplinary cooperation between university departments and a dream mentor for students looking for intellectual inspiration.”