Dr. Ana Wetzl named 2021 Outstanding Teaching Award winner

Dr. Ana Wetzl, associate professor of English at Kent State University at Trumbull, has earned a 2021 Outstanding Teaching Award. 

Originally from Romania, Dr. Wetzl started teaching at Kent State Trumbull in 2006, where she was also the English Coordinator in the campus Learning Center. She is currently the advisor for the English Club and is involved with diversity initiatives on campus. Her research has been published in Computers and Composition, Research in the Teaching of Writing, Composition Forum, and Praxis. In 2018, her teaching was recognized by Kent State University with the Undeniably Accessible Award. 

The Outstanding Teaching Award Selection Committee selected three winners of the 2020 Outstanding Teaching Award and three winners of the 2021 Outstanding Teaching Award. The awards were presented to recipients on October 22. 

Congratulations to the 2020 and 2021 recipients and award finalists. And congratulations and good luck to Dr. Wetzl!

(Pictured left-right) Dr. Noelle Bowles, Kent State Trumbull Faculty Council Chair, Associate Professor of English; Dr. Daniel E. Palmer, Interim Dean and Chief Administrative Officer; Dr. Ana Wetzl; and Dr. Valerie A. Cubon-Bell, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and 2016 Outstanding Term Teaching Award Recipient.


POSTED: Monday, October 18, 2021 - 11:44am
UPDATED: Thursday, October 28, 2021 - 9:47am