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Professor Lucy Fenzl Is Named CMN Faculty Member of Year

 

Professor Lucy Fenzl

Professor Lucy Fenzl has been named the American Indian College Fund “Faculty Member of the Year” at the College of Menominee Nation. The honor was announced during CMN’s commencement ceremonies on May 25 at the Menominee Convention Center in Keshena.

 

In making the award, the College’s Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Diana Morris, credited Fenzl for setting high standards, challenging students to think beyond the box, and providing effective instruction across a range of Biological and Physical Science courses.

 

Morris noted, “To say that she is fully engaged in the life of the College is an understatement. While teaching courses in Biology, Microbiology, and Anatomy and Physiology, she serves on a number of important committees, coaches the College’s Science Bowl team for annual national American Indian Higher Education Consortium competitions, and coordinates operations at our Green Bay/Oneida site. She has energized her students with the introduction of the “Tiny Earth” curriculum and its international network of faculty, scientists and students seeking antibiotic discoveries from soil research.”

 

A member of the CMN faculty for the past six years, Fenzl is currently completing doctoral studies in Education Leadership and writing her thesis on “Brain-Based Learning Strategies.”