King's Recognizes Three Professors
Faculty of the 2009-2010 Year
By Tiffany Owens, Class of 2012
NEW YORK, May 13, 2010— On the final night of Interregnum, a time when classes are suspended in order for students to engage in oratorical exercises, three professors were recognized as Faculty of the Year. There were three divisions to the award: Academics, School Contribution, and Student Engagement.
Celebrated for his commitment to academic excellence, critical thinking in the classroom, and intellectual integrity, Dr. David Tubbs was awarded Faculty of the Year in Academics.
The award for School Contribution was bestowed to Dr. Robert L. Jackson who contributed significantly to the accreditation process with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. His efforts contributed to the successful accreditation of The King's College last semester.
Recognized for his hospitality, generosity, and commitment to the growth of King's students, Dr. Steve Salyers was awarded Faculty of The Year in Student Engagement for his roles as house supervisor and mentor.
All of the recipients were awarded a certificate of award, and dinner for two at New York City's most popular cafe, Zagat in Union Square.
They are also honored through a permanent plaque on display at The King's College.
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