Douglas Whitney ’61 Excellence in Teaching Award

The College of Engineering has selected Stephen Wicker as recipient of the Douglas Whitney ’61 Excellence in Teaching Award.

The College of Engineering has selected Stephen Wicker as recipient of the Douglas Whitney ’61 Excellence in Teaching Award.  This is the highest award for teaching in the college.  Wicker was nominated by colleagues from our School and then selected by a committee, comprised of former teaching prize winners from within the College of Engineering.  Congratulations to Stephen!

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