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Two HSES faculty members received awards for outstanding performances in the classroom

Friday, June 6, 2014

At the 2014 School of Education Convocation, two HSES faculty members received awards for outstanding performances in the classroom. 

Dr. Bernie Kish (left) was awarded the Dr. Bob Frederick Faculty Award. This award honors an outstanding faculty member who exemplifies ethics in their career and carries on Bob’s tradition of devotion to students.  Dr. Kish has a long tradition of performing his duties in a highly ethical manner as well as promoting the importance of ethical practices to his students.

Dr. Leon Greene (right) was awarded the Geiger Gould Teaching Award.  This award was created in 1998 to honor the undergraduate teaching faculty in the teacher education program at KU. Each spring,students receiving a bachelor’s degree in education select the professor who best exhibits excellence in classroom teaching. Dr. Greene teaches courses in community health, exercise science, and the teacher licensure programs.



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