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Dr. Celvia Stovall recently received the 2013 Outstanding Service Award by the National Coalition for Black Development in Family and Consumer Sciences, Inc. in Houston, Texas in June.

The Outstanding Service Award recognizes an exceptional family and consumer science professional that has "made the highest meritorious contributions to the improvement, promotion, development, and progress of family and consumer sciences."

Dr. Stovall currently serves as associate director for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System's Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Programs Unit at Alabama A&M University.

NCDDFCS strives to strengthen resources, programs, and professionals in family and consumer science at historically black colleges and universities across the country.

Dr. Celvia Stovall, second from left, is pictured with Dr. Virginia Caples (far left) and Dr. Cynthia Smith (far right) of Alabama A&M University, and Dr. Gladys Shelton of North Carolina A&T University.



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