Associate professor of religion Theodore Burgh is a bit of a Renaissance man. In addition to teaching, he writes fiction, performs music and has a good grasp on a number of languages.

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Anne Glass (right), professor of gerontology, received the College of Health and Human Services Distinguished Researcher Award from Justine Reel, professor and associate dean for research and innovation, on April 9 during the college’s annual Health and Human Services Week.

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