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Last week, the Brite community gathered for the annual Spring Celebration to recognize and celebrate the achievements of students and faculty. We rejoiced, as a community, in all of the ways we continue to show up and approach each day with renewed vigor and hope.

Congratulations to Dr. Jeremy L. Williams, Assistant Professor of New Testament and Director of the Center for Theology and Justice, who was awarded the Catherine Saylor Hill Endowed Faculty Excellence Award. The Hill Award is given by the faculty to recognize excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service. The award was established in 1998 by James Calvin Hill in honor of his mother, Catherine Saylor Hill.

Congratulations to Dr. Russell W. Dalton, Professor of Religious Education and Coordinator for Vocation Development, who was awarded The Louise Clark Brittan Endowed Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award. The Brittan Award is given by the student body to recognize superlative teaching performance. The award was established in 1997 by Charles L. and Peggy L. Brittan in honor of his mother, Louise Clark Brittan.