Siegfried H. Horn Award

The Siegfried H. Horn Excellence in Research and Creative Scholarship Award was established in 2011 to honor Siegfried H. Horn's legacy of scholarship and contribution to the field of biblical archaeology at Andrews University and his impact upon the world church and the wider community of scholars. The award recognizes lifetime achievement in research and creative scholarship for faculty members of Andrews University. The associate dean for research identifies names of eligible faculty members who have produced substantial scholarly contributions over the previous five years at Andrews university, and the members of the Scholarly Research Council vote on final recipients. One recipient is selected from each of four faculty areas:

  1. Pure and Applied Sciences
  2. Professional Programs
  3. Arts, Humanities and Education
  4. Religion and Theology

This award has been established to honor Siegfried H. Horn’s legacy of scholarship and contribution to the field of Biblical archaeology at Andrews University as well as his impact upon the world church and the wider community of scholars. Click here to learn more about Siegfried Horn.

Siegfried H. Horn Excellence in Research and Creative Scholarship Award Recipients

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2017 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Denis Fortin (Religion & Theology)
Tiffany Summerscales (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Herb Helm (Arts, Humanities and Education)
Kathleen Demsky, not pictuted (Professional Programs)

2016 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Ann Gibson (Professional Programs)
Karl Bailey (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Richard Choi (Religion & Theology)
Stephen Zork (Arts, Humanities & Education)

2015 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
James Hayward (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Andrew von Maur (Professional Programs)
Carla Trynchuk (Arts, Humanities & Education)
Wagner Kuhn, not pictured (Religion & Theology)

2014 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Gary Burdick (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Marcia Kilsby (Professional Programs)
Greg Constantine (Arts, Humanities & Education)
Roy Gane (Religion & Theology)

2013 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Øystein LaBianca (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Fernando Canale (Religion & Theology)
Winston Craig (Professional Programs)
Tevni Grajales Guerra (Arts, Humanities & Education)

2012 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Duane McBride (Pure & Applied Sciences)
Curt VanderWaal (Professional Programs)
Jiri Moskala (Religion and Theology)
Steve Hansen (Arts, Humanities & Education)

2011 RECIPIENTS Pictured left to right:
Shandelle Henson (Sciences and Mathematics)\
Karen Allen (Professions)
Larry Burton (Arts & Humanities) 
Richard Davidson, not pictured (Religion and Theology)