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Congratulations Dr. Jeffrey Dippmann!

Dr. Jeffrey Dippmann
CAH Outstanding Faculty Service Award

Dr. Dippmann’s service nationally, regionally, and communally is extensive and longstanding.Jeff’s service includes his term as the first President of the executive board of the Association of Regional Centers for Asian Studies in 2012; his term as President of the Pacific Northwest Region of the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature from 2006-2007; his term as Program Chair for two Asian Studies Development Programs, in which Professor Dippmann collaborated with the CWU Theatre Arts Department to commission the production “Noh Telling: An Evening of Japanese One-Acts”; his blind peer review work for publishers and professional journals, which since 2008 has included nine manuscript reviews for SUNY and Routledge, frequent reviews for Philosophy East and West, and his current review with China Review International; and work as an external reviewer for a number of different projects within his field.

In addition to his professional service, Jeff has been very active in service to CWU. Jeff served as Chair of the Faculty Senate from 2006-2007 and was a member of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee from 2004-2008. He joined the Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee in 2011, eventually serving as its chair from 2012-2014. Colleagues elected him to a two-year term on the College of Arts and Humanities Personnel Committee. He also served on the Dean’s Observeratory of Diversity Advisory Committee (2012-2014) and the Professional Development Coordinator search committee (2012). CWU’s Foundation invited him annually to act as the faculty representative on the Leonard Thayer Small Grants Review and Awards Committee, and he served as a member of that committee from 2005-2014.
Join us in congratulating Dr. Dippmann on this well-deserved award!

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