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Four faculty honored

Four faculty honored

Jul 18, 2003

Three faculty were awarded the Kettering/GMI Alumni Outstanding Teaching award and one was honored with the Rodes Professorship during June Commencement at Kettering University.

Three faculty were awarded the Kettering/GMI Alumni Outstanding Teaching award and one was honored with the Rodes Professorship during June Commencement at Kettering University.

Trevor Harding, associate professor in the Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering and Business Dept., Phillip Richard, associate professor of Science & Mathematics, and Kevin TeBeest, associate professor of Science & Mathematics, were chosen to receive the Outstanding Teaching award, and Stacy Seeley, associate professor of Chemistry, was honored with the Rodes Professorship.

The purpose of the Outstanding Teaching Award is to recognize intellectual integrity, inspirational qualities, effectiveness of teaching, and to provide continuing encouragement and incentive for teaching achievement at Kettering University. This award is given to members of the faculty who have been in full-time status for at least three years. Each recipient receives $1,000. Nominations for the awards are submitted by students and alumni.

The Rodes Professorship is an honor conferred upon a Kettering faculty member in recognition of scholarly achievement. It provides an opportunity for the continued development of the individual and carries with it a responsibility for sharing significant accomplishments. The title is conferred for a period of one year. Seeley was chosen for her research "Breath Analysis by Dual-Secondary Column Comprehensive Two Dimensional Gas Chromatography (GC DX 2GC)."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by Dawn Hibbard
dhibbard@kettering.edu
810-762-9865