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The West Virginia University College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) Hall of Fame Award recognizes and honors alumni and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields, disciplines, positions, and/or occupations.
Please review the nomination guidelines for additional information concerning the nomination process.CEHS Hall of Fame Nomination CEHS Hall of Fame Archive
Professor Emeritus, Tennessee State University
Professor Emerita, Georgia State University
Jasper Newton Deahl, born in Barbour County (VA) in 1859. In 1901, he started his career at WVU as professor of pedagogy and for many years was the only full time member of the department.
The Jasper N. Deahl Award is an alumni recognition designed to honor CEHS alumni for demonstrated leadership in their professional career, engagement in their community and/or loyalty to the state of West Virginia or WVU.