Vita

Educational Background

Ph.D., 1989      University of Iowa

Major:  Rhetorical Studies

Dissertation Title:  History in Her Own Image:  The Rhetorical Function of

                                    Women’s Documentary Film for the Contemporary Women’s Movement

M.S., 1983 Illinois State University

Major:  Communication

Thesis:  The Coughlin-Falwell Analog: Toward a Genre of Religious-Political Rhetoric

B.A., 1981 Wayne State University

Majors:  Speech Communication and English

University Experience

Professor, Texas State University, 2000-date

Honorary Professor of International Studies, Texas State University, 2014-2016

Associate Professor, Southwest Texas State University, 1993-1999

Assistant Professor, Southwest Texas State University, 1987-1989

Relevant Professional Experience

Fulbright Scholar, Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi, India.

Grant awarded for Spring 2019 semester.

Fulbright Scholar, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2011

Taught two courses, delivered lectures, and consulted with faculty on curriculum.

American Council on Education Fellow, 2005-2006

Placement in President’s office, University of Memphis

Visiting Lecturer and Scholar, University of Amsterdam, Spring 2002

Visiting Lecturer, Moscow State University, April 1995

Graduate Instructor, University of Iowa, 1985-1987

Graduate Instructor, Illinois State University, 1981-83

TEACHING

Courses Taught                                   

  • Seminar in Persuasion
  • Contemporary Rhetorical Theory
  • Rhetorical Methods
  • Rhetorical Movements
  • Media Criticism
  • Public Speaking
  • Fundamentals of Speech Communication
  •         Honors Communication and Consumer Culture

Graduate Thesis Director, 1987-present: Supervisor of sixteen completed M.A. theses

Honors Thesis Director, 1990-present:  Supervisor of six completed undergraduate theses.

 Graduate Comprehensive Exam Director, 1987-present:  directed numerous committees.

 Teaching Honors and Awards

Presidential Distinction Award for Excellence in Teaching, Finalist at the Associate/Full Professor rank, Texas State University, 2017, 2016, 2003, and 2000.

Golden Apple Graduate Teaching Award, Department of Communication Studies, 2015, 2012 and 2003.

Michael M. Osborn Teacher-Scholar Award, Southern States Communication Association, 2014.

Stephany Goodbread Advisor of the Year Award, University Honors College, 2007-2008.

College Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Associate/Full Professor rank, Southwest Texas State University, 2002 and 2001.

Departmental nominee for Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Assistant Professor rank, Southwest Texas State University, 1989.

Douglas Ehninger Award for Excellence in Teaching, Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa, April 1987.

RESEARCH

Books

Fitch, S. P. and Mandziuk, R. M.  (1997). Sojourner Truth As Orator:  Wit, Story, and Song Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press.

Chapters in Books

Mandziuk, R. M. (2018, in press). “Driving Her to Distraction: Women, Modernity, and the Disciplinary Discourse of 1920s Automobile Advertising.” What’s the Big Idea? Feminist Perspectives on Advertising, Kimberley Golombisky, ed. Lexington Press.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2018, in press).  “Suffer the Little Children: Propriety and Piety in the 1963 Birmingham, Alabama Youth Demonstrations for Civil Rights.” Like Wildfire: The Rhetoric othe Civil Rights Sit-Ins, Sean Patrick O’Rourke and Lesli K. Pace, eds, University of South Carolina Press.

Mandziuk, R.M. (2017). “Gender and Generative Argument: Locating the National Women’s History Museum in the Landscape of Public Memory.” Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation. Sic Sat: Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2011). “Commemoration and Controversy: Negotiating Public Memory through Counter Memorials.  Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation, Amsterdam, June 2010.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (2003).  Arguments on Display:  Exploring the Museum as a Rhetorical Space. F. H.  van Eemeren, J. A.Blair, C. A. Willard, and A. F.Snoeck-Henkemans, eds.  Proceedings of the 5th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation.  Sic Sat.  727-732.

Mandziuk, R. M. (1992).  “Feminist Politics and Postmodern Seductions:  Madonna and the Struggle for Political Articulation,” in Cathy Schwictenberg, ed., The Madonna Connection:  Representational Politics, Subcultural Identities, and Cultural Theory.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press.  167-187.

Mandziuk, R. M. (1990). “Private Matters, Public Channels:  Women’s Issues and the Paradoxical Discourse of Daytime Talk Shows,” Realms of Rhetoric:  Phonic, Graphic, and Electronic.  Ed. Victor J. Vitanza and Michelle Ballif.  Arlington:  Rhetoric Society of America, 1990.  137-158

Mandziuk, R. M. (1989). “’His-Story’ vs. Her Life:  Feminist Documentary Film and the Construction of a Women’s Past.” Rhetoric and Ideology:  Compositions and Criticisms of Power.  Ed. Charles Kneupper.  Arlington:  Rhetoric Society of America, 1989.

Refereed Journal Articles

Mandziuk, R.M. (2017). “Wither the Good Wife? 2016 Presidential Candidate Spouses and the Gendered Spaces of Contemporary Politics. ” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 103 (1-2): 139-159.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (2014). “‘Grotesque and Ludicrous, but Yet Inspiring’: Depictions of Sojourner Truth and Rhetorics of Domination.” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 100.4, 1-21.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2010).  “Ending Women’s Greatest Hygienic Mistake”: Modernity and the Mortification of Menstruation in Kotex Advertising 1921-1926.”  Women’s Studies Quarterly International, 39, 42-62.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2008).  Dressing Down Hillary.  Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 5, 312-316.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2006).  Myths Worth Heeding:  Feminine Integration of Critical Practices.  Southern Communication Journal, 71, 153-59.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (2003). Commemorating Sojourner Truth:  Negotiating the Politics of Race and Gender in the Spaces of Public Memory.  Western Journal of Communication, 67, 271-291.

Mandziuk, R. M., & Fitch, S. P.  (2001).  The Rhetorical Construction of Sojourner Truth.  Southern Communication Journal, 66, 120-138.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (2001).  Confessional Discourse and Modern Desires:  Power and Pleasure in True Story Magazine.  Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 18, 174-193.

Mandziuk, R. M. (1988) “The Tylenol Tragedies:  Product Recovery and Corporate Responsibility.” Speech Communication Annual II (1988):  57-72.

Mandziuk, R. M. (2000).  “Necessary Vigilance:  Feminist Critiques of Masculinity.”  Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 17, 105-108.

Published Reports and Reviews

Mandziuk, R. M. (2006).  “ACE Fellows Visit South Africa.”  Council of Fellows Newsletter, 28, 6-7.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (1991).  “Feminist Pedagogy:  Report on the 1991 Conference on Research in Gender and Communication,” Women and Language, 14, 26-28

Mandziuk, R. M. (1998).   Review of Propaganda and Democracy:  The American Experience of Media and Mass Persuasion by J. Michael Sproule.  Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 15, 455-57.

Mandziuk, R. M.  (1992). Review of Television and Women’s Culture:  The Politics of the Popular, Mary Ellen Brown, ed. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 78, 506-507.

Mandziuk, R. M. (1992).  Review of Beyond Boundaries:  Sex and Gender Diversity in Communication, Cynthia Lont and Sheryl Friedberg, eds.  The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 78, 105-107.

Journal Editorship

Women’s Studies in Communication, 1991 to 1994.

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

Mandziuk, R.M. “Confederate Memory’s Dutiful Descendants: Disputed Monuments and the Rhetorical Defenses of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.”  9th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2018.

Mandziuk, R.M. “Gender and Generative Argument: Locating the National Women’s History Museum in the Landscape of Public Memory.” 8th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2014.

Mandziuk, R.M. “‘Make Them See Orange’:  Stand With Texas Women and the Rebirth of Women’s Activism,” Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, April 2014.

Mandziuk, R.M. “Righteous Bodies and Resurgent Boundaries: The Rhetorical Spaces of Southern Womanhood,” Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, April 2014.

Mandziuk, R.M. “Tampon-gate in Texas:  The Suppression and Mortification of Women’s Protest,” Southern States Communication Association, New Orleans, April 2014.

Mandziuk, R.M.  “Gendered Memories:  Figuring Women’s History.”  National Communication Association, Washington, D.C., November 2013.

Mandziuk, R.M. “Searching for Gendered Bliss in Nostalgia Tourism.”  Southern States Communication Association, Louisville, KY, April 2013.

Mandziuk, R.M. “‘Do Not Postpone Equality’:  Manifa and the Agitation for Women’s Rights in Poland.”  Southern States Communication Association, Louisville, KY, April 2013.

Mandziuk, R.M.  “Recipes and Reconciliation:  Lady Bird Johnson’s 1964 Whistle Stop Tour through the South.” Top Four Paper in Public Address, National Communication Association, Orlando, November 2012.

Mandziuk, R. M. “Commemoration and Controversy: Negotiating Public Memory through Counter Memorials.”  International Society for the Study of Argumentation, Amsterdam, June 2010.

Mandziuk, R.M.  “Recipes, Rhetoric, and Reconciliation: Lady Bird Johnson’s 1964 Whistle Stop Tour through the South.”  Southern States Communication Association, Memphis, April 2010.

Mandziuk, R. M.  “Countering the Absences:  The National Women’s History Museum as Cyber Memorial.”  Southern States Communication Association, Memphis, April 2010.

Mandziuk, R. M.  “Southern Spectres:  Confederate Monuments in Public Memory.”  National Communication Association, Chicago, November 2009.

Mandziuk, R. M.  “Boundaries of Display and Performance:  The Rhetorical Dimensions of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame.”  Competitively selected by Public Address Division.  National Communication Association, San Diego, November 2008.

Mandziuk, R.M. “Presences and Absences in Women’s History Museums.”  Competitively selected seminar paper, National Communication Association, San Diego, November 2008.

Mandziuk, R. M.  “Envisioning the Beloved Community:  The Civil Rights Rhetoric of John Lewis.” Southern States Communication Association, Savannah, April 2008.

38 additional papers presented, 1987-2008.

Invited Presentations at Professional Conferences

Presenter, “Finding the Relevance, Defining the Legacy: Workshop on Gender and Race in Commercials,” National Communication Association, Dallas, TX, November 2017.

Presenter, , “State Association Best Practices: Managing the Financial Side of an Association/Conference,” National Communication Association, Dallas, TX, November 2017.

Presenter, Vice President’s Spotlight Session, “The Future(s) of Communication Studies: For What? And For Whom?, Part II.” National Communication Association, Las Vegas, November 2015.

Discussant, “Workshop on Gender and Race in Commercials: Embracing Opportunity or Discouraging Voices?” National Communication Association, Las Vegas, November 2015.

Presenter, National Communication Association Centennial Conference Opening Session, “The Future(s) of Communication Studies: For What? And For Whom?” National Communication Association, Chicago, November 2014.

Presenter, “Women’s Studies in Communication: Our Politics, Passions, and Presence in NCA,” National Communication Association, Chicago, November 2014.

Discussant, “Workshop on Gender and Race in Commercials: How Present Are Our Pasts?” National Communication Association, Chicago, November 2014.

Discussant, “Workshop on Gender and Race in Commercials:  Connections, Interconnections, and Disconnections.”  National Communication Association, Washington, DC, November 2013.

Discussant, “Connecting Diverse Voices in Communication Leadership and Scholarship.” National Communication Association, Washington, DC, November 2013.

Respondent, Top Five Papers in Gender Studies.  Southern States Communication Association, Louisville, KY, April 2013.

Discussant, “Perfect Communities, Imagined Spaces, and Visions of America:  Examining Disney’s Place in Public Memory.”  National Communication Association, Orlando, November 2012.

Discussant, “Voices of the Caucuses:  An Intercaucus Panel Toward Connecting on Interrelated Issues.” National Communication Association, New Orleans, November 2011.

Discussant, “Women’s VOICE: Progress and Obstacles.”  National Communication Association, New Orleans, November 2011.

Discussant, “Workshop on Voices of Gender and Race in Commercials:  Amplified, Muted, Translated, and Transmogrified.”  National Communication Association, New Orleans, November 2011.

Submitter and Participant, “Empowering the Next Generation:  Strategies for Building Feminist Bridges in the Communication Classroom.” National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

Discussant, “Building [Almost Invisible Bridges Through Gender and Race in Television Commercials:  The Workshop.”  National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

Discussant, “Building Bridges Between the Women’s Caucus and the Caucus on Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Concerns.”  National Communication Association, San Francisco, November 2010.

Participant, “Five Years Out:  The Women’s Caucus Leadership Reflects on its Past, Present, and Future.”  National Communication Association, Chicago, November 2009.

Respondent, Feminist and Women Studies Competitive Papers:  Subversive and Not-so-subversive Media I.”  National Communication Association, San Diego, November 2008.

Discussant, “How Television Commercials Communicate Gender and Race:  The ‘Un-convention-al’ Workshop.”  National Communication Association, San Diego, November 2008.

Participant, Spotlight Panel in Honor of Kathleen Turner.  Southern States Communication Association, Savannah, 2008.

Respondent, Rhetoric in the Digital Age.  Southern States Communication Association, Savannah, 2008.

49 Additional invited presentations and panels, 1987-2012.

International Research Lectures

Invited Lecture. “Commemoration and Controversy: An Overview of Public Memory Research.”  The University of Amsterdam, program for Discourse Analysis, March 2011.

Invited Lecture. “Monuments and Memorials and the Rhetoric of Memory.” The Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, April 2011.

Invited Lecture.  “The Research Journey from Idea to Publication.” Presentation to doctoral students, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities, May 2011.

“Driving Her to Distraction:  Women and the Automobile in 1920s Advertising.”  Presented at the Discourse Analysis and Argument Studies Colloquium, University of Amsterdam, June 2002.

“Sojourner Truth:  Nineteenth Century Orator, Twentieth Century Icon.”  Presented at the University of Amsterdam, Program for Discourse Analysis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 1998.

“Media Criticism and Communication Studies.”  Lecture Series, presented at Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, April 1995.

“Exploration of Cultural Values Through Critical Analysis of Mass Media.”  Presented at the International Center for Human Values, Moscow, Russia, March 1994.

Other Research Lectures

“Visual Symbols and the Transition of Power,” Transitions in American Democracy Symposium, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Texas State University, January 17, 2017.

“Sojourner Truth:  Oratory and Myth”.  Presented in the Department of Theatre and Communication, Seminar on Women Orators, University of Memphis, February 2006.

“The Rhetorical Construction of Sojourner Truth.”  Brown Bag Lecture presented to the Department of Theatre and Communication, University of Memphis, April 2006.

“Conceptualizing the Museum as a Discursive Space”.  Presented in the Department of Art, Southwest Texas State University, October 2002.

“Power and Pleasure in True Story Magazine, 1919-1925.”  Herstory Series, SWT, Center for Multicultural & Gender Studies, 25 Sept. 2000.

“Latina Images in the Media:  Boundaries and Innovations.”  Third Annual Images of Women Conference:  Latinas, Afirmacion y Poder.  Southwest Texas State University, March 1998.

“Images of Women in Advertising.” Images of Women Conference.  Southwest Texas State University, March 1996.

“A Feminist Stance in Rhetorical Studies,” Invited Faculty Colloquium Presentation, Dept. of Speech Communication, Texas A & M University, April 1990.

Competitively Selected Seminar Presentations

“Material Memory:  Exhibitionary Rhetorics and Politics.”  Conference on Visual Rhetoric, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, September 2001.

“Creating a Collage: Communication and Culture in the Twenties.”  National Communication Association, Chicago, November 1999.

“Feminist Critiques of Communication Studies,” Speech Communication Association, Chicago, November 1990.

“Case Studies in Social Movement Criticism,” Speech Communication Association, San Francisco, November 1989.

Conference on Research in Gender and Communication, selected participant, 1989-1991.

“Mass Media and the Individual,” Doctoral Honors Seminar, Athens, Georgia, March 1987.

“Rhetoric, Media, and Culture,” Speech Communication Association, Chicago, November 1986.

Workshops and Professional Presentations

Mandziuk, R. M., “Leadership Accelerator Program,” NCA First Vice President Spotlight program, National Communication Association, Dallas, Texas, November 2017.

Mandziuk, R. M.  “Communication and Strategic Planning.”  Executive Women International Annual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, April 2006.

Workshop on Public Speaking and Presentational Skills.  Presented to the Capital Area United Way, Speaker’s Bureau, August 1995.

Funded Internal Grants and Contracts

Faculty Research Enhancement Grant. Awarded Fall 2014 for Summer 2015 project, “Advocacy and Public Memory: The National Women’s History Museum.”

Development Leave, Spring 2014.  Proposal to analyze public advocacy by the National Women’s History Museum in Alexandria, VA.

Development Leave, Spring 2008.  Proposal to research women’s history museums.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 2002.  “Examining the Persuasive Dimensions of the Women’s Museum.”

Development Leave, Spring 2001.  Proposal to research 1920s culture and popular images of women.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 1998.  Research project/travel to collections for inquiry into True Story magazine and confessional discourse.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 1996.  Research on the discourse of Emma Goldman.

Developmental Leave, Southwest Texas State University, Spring 1995.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 1995.  Comparative research on women and media in Russia and the U.S.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 1992.  Women, science, and the rhetoric of reproductive technologies.

Merrick Special Funds, Fall 1991.  Established editorship of Women’s Studies in Communication at Southwest Texas State University.

Research Enhancement Grant, Summer 1990.  Research project on daytime television talk shows and women audiences.

Scholarly Awards and Honors

Francine Merritt Award, National Communication Association, 2017.

Michael M. Osborn Teacher-Scholar Award, Southern States Communication Association, 2014.

Gender Scholar of the Year, Southern States Communication Association, 2008.

Faculty Member of the Year, Women’s History Month/Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies, Texas State University, 2008.

2002 Southern States Communication Association Rose B. Johnson Article Award:  Mandziuk, R. M. & Fitch, S. P.  (2001) The Rhetorical Construction of Sojourner Truth. Southern Communication Journal, 66, 120-138.

College Runner up, Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activities, Associate/Full Professor rank, Texas State University, 2001, 2002, 2003.

Finalist, Presidential Award for Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activities.  Assistant Professor nominee from the School of Fine Arts and Communication, 1992, 1993.

Donald C. Bryant Prize for Excellence in Rhetorical Studies, Department of Communication Studies, University of Iowa, April 1987.

SERVICE

University Service

  • Chair, Presidential Work Life Advisory Council, 2004-present
  • President’s Council for Women In Higher Education.  Member 1999-present.
  • University Honors Program Advisory Council, 2004-present
  • Graduate Dean Search Committee, 2012-2013.
  • SACS Quality Enhancement Project Development Team, 2008.
  • Chair, Presidential Standing Review Committee on Commencement, 2004-2005.
  • Presidential appointment to Positioning/Communications Committee, 2005.
  • Presidential Fellow, 2003-2004 Academic year. Assessed Work Life policies and practices
  • Co-Chair, Presidential Work Life Task Force, 2003-2004.
  • American Democracy Project.  Member 2003-2005.
  • Multicultural and Gender Studies Advisory council, 1997-2005.
  • Graduate Council.  Member 1989-2002; Fall 2004-Spring 2005.
  • Graduate College Doctoral Program Review Committee, 2001-2004.
  • Graduate Scholars and Mitte Scholarship Selection Committee, 1997, 1998, 1999.
  • Graduate Admissions Advisory Committee, 2000.
  • Graduate Planning Committee, 1992-1993.
  • Advancement for Women in Higher Education, Executive Board, 1996-99.
  • Commencement Speaker, Graduate School, Southwest Texas State University, December 1993.

College Service

  • Tenure and Promotion Committee, College of Fine Arts and Communication, 1994, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2013.
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Selection Committee, 1989-2002; 2005.
  • Tenure and Promotion Committee, College of Science [outside Chair], 2003.
  • Scholar’s Weekend Interviewer, Spring 2002.

Departmental Service

  • Interim Chair, August 2016-January 2017.
  • Acting Chair, Spring 2009; Spring 2003.
  • Chair, Faculty Search Committee in Organizational Rhetoric/Rhetorical Studies, 2000, 2008.
  • Faculty Search Committees, 1988; 1994, 2007, 2017

Professional Service

  • National Communication Association

Chair, Task Force on NCA’s Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion in Convention Planning & Site Selection, 2018

Diversity Council, 2018

Affirmative Action/Intercaucus Committee, 2004-2017

Coordinator, NCA Leadership Accelerator, 2016-2017

Working Group on Association Governance, 2016

Chair, Task Force on Affiliate Organizations, 2012-2013

Nominee for 2nd Vice President, 2013

Golden Anniversary Monograph Award Committee, 2010-2012

Nominating Committee, 2008-2011; 1996.

Finance Board, 2009-2010; Director 2010

                   2005-2006; Director, 2007

Executive Committee, 2009-2010; 2005-2007

Legislative Assembly, 2009-2010; 2005-2007, 1994-96

Women’s Caucus

            Chair, Francine Merritt Award Selection Committee, 2002

            Chair, 2001

            Newsletter co-editor, 1988-91

Affirmative Action/Intercaucus Committee Representative, 2004-present

Feminist and Women Studies Division Chair, 1994-95

  • Southern States Communication Association

President, 2017

Executive Council, 2005-2006; 2013-2018

Association Representative to NCA Nominating Committee, 2008-2010

Publications Committee, 2004-2006; Chair, 2006

Rhetoric and Public Address Division Chair, 2005

  • Organization for Research on Women and Communication

Vice President, 1990-91

  • Western States Communication Association

Rhetoric and Public Address Division Chair, 1996

  • Editorial Board Memberships:

Quarterly Journal of Speech, 2004-2007, 2010-2012, 2013-present

                 Southern Communication Journal, 1998-2010; 2014-present

Critical Studies in Media Communication, 2000-2004

Western Communication Journal, 2004-2005, 2012

                 Texas Speech Communication Journal, 2003-2005

 Women’s Studies in Communication, 1994-2005, 1989-

 Journal of Applied Communication, 1991-94

                 Communication Reports, 1992-95

  • Invited Journal Manuscript Reviewer:

            Journal of Argument in Context, 2018

   Western Journal of Communication, 2011, 2014

   Communication Review, 2010

            Communication Studies, 2001

            Political Communication. 1996

            Argumentation (Netherlands), 1999

Community Service

  • Communication Advisory Committee, SAFE [Stop Abuse for Everyone], Austin, 2017-date
  • Impact Austin, member and volunteer, 2013-2016
  • Friends of the Wimberley Village Library, Wimberley, Texas.
    • Board of Directors, 2010-2013
  • SafePlace — Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Survival Center, Austin, Texas
    • Board of Directors member, 1996-2002
    • Volunteer Counselor, Domestic Violence Hotline, 1991-2002
  • Austin Aquatics Masters Swim Team, Austin, Texas
    • Board of Directors, 1998-2005.

Service Honors and Awards

Presidential Citation for Service, National Communication Association

2018, 2017, 2013

Presidential Award for Excellence in Service, Texas State University

Recipient, 2013; Finalist, 2011, 2009, 2005; College runner-up, 2012, 2010, 2004, 2003.