Vandenbergh honored with Holladay Medal
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Vandenbergh honored
with Holladay Medal


Dr. John Vandenbergh, professor in the Department of Zoology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, was one of five N.C. State University faculty members to receive the 2002 Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal. The medal, presented by the university Board of Trustees, is given in recognition of outstanding careers at the university. Vandenbergh, in his 25 years in the College, has made significant contributions to teaching, research and service. He is a founding member of the W. M. Keck Center for Behavioral Biology, and he led the efforts to construct the Biological Resources Facility and the Yates Mill Historic Site.

Joining Vandenbergh as honorees were Dr. Ellis B. Cowling, Dr. John Riddle, Dr. Robert Davis and Dr. George H. Wahl. The Holladay Medal is named for Col. Alexander Quarles Holladay, the university’s first president.

—Terri Leith

 


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