Huron, Ohio — Brigitte Green-Churchwell, interim director of student academic enrichment and coordinator of disability services at Bowling Green State University Firelands College, was named one of the BG Best at the annual Administrative Staff Council spring reception April 16 at the Bowling Green campus.

The BG Best Award recognizes administrative staff members who have shown outstanding commitment to BGSU, implemented a new idea or program, and demonstrated exemplary commitment to the BGSU community. Recipients received a hand-painted ceramic “Falcon” replica and a cash award.

Green-Churchwell is committed to cultivating relationships with colleagues and students. She has participated in campus fundraising and awareness activities aimed at reducing violence against women and raising awareness of disability services, said nominator Julie Didelot, a lecturer in sociology and women’s studies. Green-Churchwell’s dedication to many roles has improved the quality of the BGSU Firelands community, said Trinidy Jeter, student and campus activities coordinator, calling her one of its “most inspiring, innovating, and influential staff members.”

Green-Churchwell was originally hired as a special needs tutor in 2005 and began teaching on a part-time basis in 2006.  She began her tenure as interim director of student academic enrichment in 2014.

Also recognized with a BG Best Award were Jeremy Joseph, math and statistics coordinator at The Learning Commons, and Jason Janusziewicz, associate director of the BGSU Facilities and Operations areas, both in Bowling Green.

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