FSU Hands Out Teaching Awards

Tallahassee, FL -- April 9. 2012 --

The 2012 Faculty Awards Ceremony was held on the campus of Florida State University Monday night.

The event celebrated more than 40 individuals. Professor Lenore McWey, from the department of family and child services was presented the distinguished teacher award.

While the professors were given their awards comments from students were read out loud and that made things special for McWey.

"[It's] amazing to hear," said McWey. "It's very rewarding. We have outstanding students here. I'm well supported in the college and the college and I'm just very thankful."

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  • by Anonymous on Apr 10, 2012 at 07:50 AM
    Where are the awards for us who read and teach Gods words from the Bible? FSU give awards to stupid atheists who spread false knowledge and not Gods word.
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      by Stoopid on Apr 10, 2012 at 12:31 PM in reply to
      Wouldn't winning an award for reading and teaching God's word be violating the cardinal sin or pride? Us stupid atheists seem to understand that hypocrisy.
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      by Are you serious? on Apr 10, 2012 at 01:19 PM in reply to
      Did you read what you just typed? Christ says we are not to be recognized for spreading his teachings. We do it because that is what he instructed. We do not do it for fame or rewards. We get our reward in heaven. With that attitude no wonder people of faith are getting a bad name.
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