College of Arts and Sciences News
Fetna Mikati nominated for Outstanding Teaching AwardPosted Oct. 8, 2012
Every year, the University Teaching Council recognizes Kent State’s outstanding full-time, nontenure-track and part-time faculty by awarding three educators with the Outstanding Teaching Awards. This award is presented annually to faculty members who consistently showcase astounding skills in classroom teaching.
This year's nominees include Fetna Mikati, an Arabic instructor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Kent Campus
Fetna Mikati believes her proudest moments are her students’ achievements. She is honored to have helped her students get into prestigious Arabic programs at other colleges, and to have inspired them to study abroad. Her proudest moments involve knowing she has made a difference and touched her students’ lives. On the professional level, her most noteworthy accomplishment was her selection by the National Foreign Language Center as one of only 10 world language teachers to be featured in videos demonstrating best practices.
Read about the other nominees here.