Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The 2015 Clark Tibbitts Award Recipient

We want to offer our heartfelt congratulations to our colleague and friend Suzanne Kunkel on receiving the 2015 Clark Tibbitts award. The award is the highest honor given by the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) to educators, scholars, and leaders in the field.

Please join us in congratulating our esteemed colleague and leader.

Feel free to leave Suzanne a congratulatory message below in the comments.

43 comments:

  1. Suzanne,

    Congrats on receiving the award! There is surely no one who deserves it more.

    All the best,
    Matt & Amber Cable

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  2. Congratulations on receiving this award. I knew I would be in good company joining the SCRIPPS team!

    Tonya K Barger

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  3. Congratulations Suzanne -- so happy about this recognition of your hard work and many accomplishments!

    Pam Mayberry

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  4. Congratulations on the acknowledgment and accolade for your years of service both in research and teaching.

    Sherry Lind

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  5. Congratulations on this well-deserved award!

    Heather Johnston

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  6. We're so proud of you! Well-deserved recognition for your years of hard work and dedication to gerontology education and research!!!

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  7. How terrific to be recognized for your great work. Congratulations, Suzanne!
    Claire

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  8. Suzanne,
    A well deserved award for a distinguished leader!

    -Cheryl Johnson

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  9. Congratulations of this terrific award. What a fabulous recognition of all your accomplishments and contributions. Outstanding!

    -David Hodge

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  10. Congratulations on this award! Awesome!!

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  11. Much deserved recognition. Congratulations, Suzanne!

    ~Sara McLaughlin

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  12. You have been my best teacher and mentor. Thank you and congratulations!
    --like

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  13. A great recognition of all of the important contributions you've made to the field of gerontology. I am very proud to be part of this department!

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  14. Congrats Suzanne! This is a well deserved honor! Thank you for sharing your important vision of gerontological education. I am grateful for your commitment to the field!
    --Katy Abbott

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  15. Congratulations on this well deserved recognition. I know I learned so much from you, first as a student and now as a colleague. Cheers! Heather, Phil, and Marlon.

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  16. Congratulations. Thanks for the wonderful work that you do! Louise Morman

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  17. Natalie PitheckoffDecember 5, 2014 at 6:08 AM

    Congratulations Dr. Kunkel on this prestigious award! You are an amazing professor and researcher and this recognition is well deserved.

    - Natalie Pitheckoff

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  18. Congrats Suzanne! Well deserved recognition for a career of commitment to excellence in education. Thanks for your leadership in the field.

    Jenelen

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  19. Congratulation Dr. Suzanne. This award simply recognizes your unique quality as teacher, mentor, and leader. It's been a pleasure to knowing you in such a diversified role. I’m glad that I have opportunity to work with you.

    - Amin

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  20. Margaret CentofantiDecember 5, 2014 at 6:26 AM

    Congratulations Suzanne! Well deserved.

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  21. Congratulations Suzanne! You are so deserving of the wonderful award!
    Fondly,
    Anne Scollard Fredrickson (80')

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  22. Congratulations Dr. Kunkel! ~ Diane

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  23. It couldn't happen to a more deserving colleague. Congratulations!

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  24. Congratulations Suzanne! Well deserved recognition for all you have accomplished!
    Karen

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  25. Congratulations, Suzanne! This well-deserved award honors your hard work and dedication to the field of gerontology.

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  26. Congratulations Suzanne! The world of gerontology is better because of you.

    Cheers!
    Sandy (Roll) Leubner, MGS '82

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  27. What a well-deserved honor - Congrats Suzannne! Joyce Kachelries

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  28. Congratulations Suzanne from your friends at the Trumbull Advocacy and Protective Network!

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  29. Congratulations Suzanne! We are so lucky to have you here in Ohio. It is wonderful others recognize how incredible you are!
    Larke Recchie

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  30. Suzanne you rock. Happy to see you get this award. Keren Brown Wilson

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  31. Congratulations Suzanne. Well Deserved. What took them so long? Bill Ciferri

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  32. Suzanne, Very well done. This is a singular honor for you and reflects wonderfully on Scripps. Doc. Cottrell would be extremely proud of you. Warmly, Bill Hanger

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  33. Such a wonderful recognition and so well deserved for all your amazing work Suzanne. I miss seeing you but think of you and so many others at Scripps often! Michele Hiestand

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  34. Congratulations Dr.Kunkel!! So well deserved. Lucky and proud at the same time to have you as a mentor.

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  35. Not a surprise at all...well deserved, Suzanne! Hope you are well! Ellen Paxton

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  36. Way to go, Dr. Sue!!! Good to see someone so deserving being recognized!

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  37. Ditto the well deserved, congratulations!

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  38. Hongera kwa kazi nzuri, Dkt. Kunkel (Congratulations for a job well Dr. Kunkel). You deserved it.

    Sammy Munanu Mwangi.
    Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya.

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  39. Congratulations on this award! It is very well deserved.

    Scott Brown

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  40. Most wonderful and most well deserved!

    Bob Hornyak

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  41. Congratulations Suzanne! It is a well deserved honor. Keep up the great work. We love you!

    Bede & Stephanie Eke.

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    1. Mildred Seltzer would be proud of you, congratulations on this well deserved award.

      Bob Logan

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