Piker-King Receives NCSA Aida Tomeh Distinguished Service Award
November 15, 2004
Kathleen Piker-King, professor of sociology at Mount Union College, has received the North Central Sociological Association (NCSA)'s Aida Tomeh Distinguished Service Award.
Piker-King earned her bachelor's degree from Indiana State University and her master's degree and Ph.D. from Kent State University. She joined the faculty of Mount Union College in 1978.
Piker-King has received numerous teaching awards, including the Mount Union College Great Teacher Award in 1986 and the NCSA's Outstanding Contribution to Teaching Award in 1996.
She has given over 20 years of service to the NCSA, serving on various panels and committees and as secretary of the organization from 1992 ' 1994.