Beth Maloch, associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, has been awarded the College of Education’s 2009 Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award. The award recognizes one faculty member each year who exhibits excellence in teaching and an exceptional commitment to students’ academic success. Maloch has also been invited to be the commencement speaker at the May 2010 ceremony.
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