Five Women Chosen for Prestigious Honors

Lynda Goodrich newLynda Goodrich, who retired last May after serving for more than a quarter century as director of athletics at Western Washington University in Bellingham, has been chosen to receive the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Division II Athletics Directors Association. Goodrich is currently serving as special assistant to the president for athletic fundraising at Western Washington University.

Goodrich has spent more than 40 years at the university, including terms as coach for basketball, golf, tennis, track & field, and volleyball. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Western Washington University.

perilloPatty Perillo, vice president for student affairs at Virginia Tech, has been selected to receive the 2014 Esther Lloyd-Jones Professional Service Award from ACPA-College Student Educators International. Before coming to Virginia Tech in 2012, Dr. Perillo was associate dean of students at Davidson College.

Dr. Perillo holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Delaware. She earned a doctorate at the University of Maryland.

HorrellDorothy Horrell, chair of the board of governors of Colorado State University, has had a scholarship program named in her honor that has been funded by the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation in Denver. The Dorothy Horrell Making the Best Better Scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State.

Dr. Horrell holds bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. degrees, all from Colorado State University.

sascha_scottSascha Scott, an assistant professor at Syracuse University who is an expert in American and American Indian art, was awarded the Arthur Kingsley Porter Prize from the College Art Association.

Dr. Scott is a graduate of Colorado College. She earned a master’s degree from George Washington University and a Ph.D. in art history from Rutgers University.

kfairbanksKaren Fairbanks, the Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Professional Practice and chair of the department of architecture at Barnard College in New York City, received the Building of the Year Award from World-Architects, an online magazine. Professor Fairbanks was honored for her design of the Glen Oaks Branch Library in Queens, New York.

Professor Fairbanks has taught at Barnard College since 1996. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and holds a master of architecture degree from Columbia University.

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