During its annual fall Convocation, Western Maryland College honored educators for their outstanding achievements. Tim Weinfeld, associate professor of dramatic art, was awarded a Faculty Creativity Award for his direction of the world premier of Michael Elkins' play "Saddam." Dr. Thomas G. Deveny, professor of foreign languages; Dr. Henry B. Reiff, assistant professor of education; Dr. Carol A. Rouzer, assistant professor of chemistry, and Dr. Richard H. Smith Jr., professor of chemistry, were awarded Scholarly Publication Awards for articles published in various publications. Faculty Book Awards were bestowed upon Theodore Evergates, professor of history; Dr. Martine Motard-Noar, assistant professor of French; and Katharine Munzer Rogers, visiting adjunct professor of history.
In other Seton-Keough news, 1991 graduate Kim Wilson of Catonsville was recently named to the 1991 All-American Lacrosse Team by the U.S. Women's Lacrosse Association. She was selected on the basis of her performance with the Seton-Keough Gators last year. Ms. Wilson is attending Towson State University on a lacrosse scholarship.