Jaszczak Nominated Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year

Professor of Physics John A. Jaszczak was nominated by Michigan Tech’s Provost for theFourth Annual Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year Recognition, sponsored by chief academic affairs officers of the 15 public universities in Michigan. The Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year recognition program recognizes outstanding faculty contributions to undergraduate instruction.

Provost Max Seel cited Dr. Jaszczak’s work with establishing educational components fornanotechnology, especially the NSF funded work establishing Nanotech Innovations Enterprise; his work as an academic advisor for physics majors, especially in recruiting and mentoring students interested in becoming physics teachers; and helping to develop, implement and share physics-education-research-based reforms in introductory physics courses.

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Dr. Jaszczak accepts the nomination from Mike Boulus and Patricia Farrell of the Presidents Council State Universities of Michigan.
The award ceremony was held on May 13, 2010, at the Radisson Hotel Lansing.

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