East Liverpool Nursing Faculty is Finalist for 2016 Teaching Award

East Liverpool Nursing Faculty is Finalist for 2016 Teaching Award

Professor Angela Douglass teaching a class Fall 2016Nursing Instructor Angela Douglass has been announced a finalist for Kent State University's 2016 Outstanding Teaching Award.

Three recipients will be awarded this year on Friday, October 21, 2016.

  1. A faculty member must have been on a non-tenure-track or part-time contract at the Kent Campus or any Regional Campus of the University for a minimum of five consecutive years (annually, not necessarily every semester), including the current academic year. Returning emeriti are excluded.

  2. Those receiving the awards must be on contract during the Fall semester in which the awards are presented.

  3. Those who received an Outstanding Teaching Award previously are not eligible.

Congratulations, Angela and Good Luck!!

2016 Outstanding Teaching Award Finalists Announced

POSTED: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 10:49 AM
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