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SEAS honors high-school teachers
Six outstanding high-school teachers were honored recently by Miami’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS).
Through the SEAS Outstanding High School Teacher Awards program, now in its fourth year, sophomore engineering, computer science and nursing majors have the opportunity to recognize and nominate a teacher from their high school who inspired their choice of careers and success in college.
The teachers were reunited with their former students during an awards banquet held during the annual fall meeting of the SEAS advisory council on Nov. 3.
Ronald Crutcher, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, was the keynote speaker, and Dean Marek Dollár presented the awards.
Outstanding teachers honored were Curt Cooley of Wauseon High School in Wauseon, nominated by Casie Meier, junior nursing major; Mark Clute of Bethel High School in Tipp City, nominated by Matt Alexander, sophomore paper science and engineering major; Paul Gadke of Mayfield High School in Mayfield Village, nominated by Sherlyn Gould, junior systems analysis major; Mary Layco of Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill., nominated by Cameron Hebel, junior systems analysis major; Ed Nolan of St. Ignatious High School in Cleveland, nominated by Terry Nagy, junior paper science and engineering major; and Elizabeth Parks of Blue Valley High School in Stilwell, Kan., nominated by Kathleen Kelsey, junior systems analysis major.
Date Published: 12/08/2000