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Dr. Manjunath Kamath receives 2013 Regents Distinguished Teaching Award

The School of IE&M is proud to announce that Dr. Manjunath Kamath is one of nine OSU faculty members to be named a recipient of the 2013 Regents Distinguished Teaching Award by the OSU Board of Regents. This is the 23rd year outstanding faculty members across the university have been recognized for their expertise and dedication to teaching.

To be eligible to receive an award, a full-time member of the faculty must have evidenced unusually significant and meritorious achievement in the instruction of graduate and/or undergraduate students for a significant period of years. Such achievement should be evidenced by:

  • Unusual effort devoted to ensuring the quality of the students' classroom learning experience.
  • Possession of high scholarly standards for both the rigor and currency of course content and for the level of student performance with respect to these standards.
  • Service as a mentor and role model to other faculty.

Each college nominates up to three people for the award. A review and selection committee composed of an undergraduate and a graduate student, two faculty members at large, two department heads and the provost or her designee, identifies the winners. Each college has one recipient except the College of Arts and Sciences, which has two recipients due to the large number of faculty.