Dr. Christopher Busey, assistant professor of Curriculum, Teaching and Teacher Education, is excited to receive this award for the mentorship and service he provides to students at the college. “My favorite part about working at UF has hands down been the students,” Busey said. “I teach primarily graduate courses and I mentor a lot of doctoral and masters level students and that’s my joy.”
For Amanda Reifenrath, assistant to Associate Dean and Research Director Thomasenia Adams, it’s been a humbling experience to read some of the reviews from her peers and colleagues when she was nominated for the award. “There’s a lot of great things about my job, one is just being with the College of Education,” Reifenrath noted. “We have a wonderful department here, a great sense of community and excellent leadership. Being able to work with our faculty and staff to enhance education is a great opportunity and it’s a wonderful thing to come and do every day.”
Learn more about the award here.