Stabler and Nichols receive award from UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Cherie Stabler, Ph.D., professor, and Jennifer Nichols, Ph.D., assistant professor, have been named an Anderson Scholar Faculty Honoree from the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for being inspiring & influential to students.

The award is named after James N. Anderson, who served as the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (1910-1930). The Anderson Award is the highest recognition bestowed on undergraduate students for their academic excellence. Anderson Scholar certificates are given campus-wide by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to students who have earned cumulative grade point averages of at least 3.90 (with distinction); 3.95 (high distinction); and 4.0 (highest distinction) during their freshman and sophomore years. When a student is notified of the award, they are given an opportunity to identify one faculty member who has been particularly inspiring or influential.

Congratulations, Drs. Stabler and Nichols!