Mathematics

Kent State University Associate Professor of Mathematics Beverly Reed, Ph.D., wanted to be a teacher since childhood, never seriously considering anything else. Reed always loved young children and developed a love of mathematics in high school. After graduating from college with a secondary mathematics teaching certificate and a K-8 certificate,...

Passion. Interest. Generosity. For part-time Kent State University math instructor Randy Ruchotzke, these are tools of the trade. For his students, they define qualities that led to Ruchotzke’s being nominated and earning an Outstanding Teaching Award. The Outstanding Teaching Award honors exceptional nontenure-track and part-time faculty...