Associate Professor Kofi Boone Named 2016-2017 University Faculty Scholar
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Please join the College of Design in congratulating Associate Professor Kofi Boone, ASLA, who has been named a member of the 2016-17 Faculty Scholars. He is one of 22 NC State faculty members who received this distinction. According to the University’s announcement:
The 22 recipients represent top early- and mid-career faculty who are pursuing research to solve society’s most pressing problems.
University Faculty Scholars carry their title for a five-year period and receive a $10,000 annual award for supplemental salary and benefits or for programmatic support.
[…] Nominees are evaluated on their research and scholarship productivity, excellence in teaching and mentoring, and leadership in extension, professional societies and public service initiatives.”
“This high honor reflects the esteem with which Kofi is held by his colleagues in the College and at NC State,” said Dean Mark Hoversten, Ph.D. “He represents the high academic values of the College of Design.”
Thank you to Kofi Boone for his contributions to the Department of Landscape Architecture and to the College of Design as a whole.