History professor rewarded for his dedication and service to teaching
By Mindy Green
Kenneth H. Margerison is the 20th Piper Professor from Texas State University.
Faculty member Kenneth H. Margerison is fascinated by the past and the way that people in earlier time periods dealt with the opportunities and problems they faced. Convinced that we have much to learn from the experiences of previous eras, he provides the opportunity for his students to gain insight and respect for history.
Long-time faculty member honored for excellence in teaching
Dr. Steven Furney is the 19th faculty member at Texas State to be named a Piper Professor.
By Audrey Webb
Steven Furney, university distinguished professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, has an office tucked in a corner on the first floor of the Jowers Center. The walls of his workspace there are covered with frames displaying some of the highlights of his life. Pictures of family – he’s a father to three and grandfather to five – share space with his numerous awards and his multiple diplomas, one of which he says he got unintentionally. Continue reading
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