The Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar program
has announced the 2005-06 scholars. They are: Todd Watson, College
of Agriculture & Life Sciences; John Alexander, College of
Architecture; Christopher Porter, Mays Business School; Laura
Stough, College of Education and Human Development; Yu Ding,
Dwight Look College of Engineering; Thomas D. Olszewski, College
of Geosciences; Leon W. Couch III, College of Liberal Arts; Slexei
Sokolov, College of Science; and Dan Posey, College of Veterinary
Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
The Montague-CTE Scholar program,
named for founding donor Kenneth Montague '37, honors early-career
excellence in undergraduate teaching at Texas A&M. The
intent of the program is to recognize one tenure-track assistant
in each college who has already demonstrated a commitment to,
and potential for, excellence in undergraduate teaching.
award includes a $5,000 grant for each recipient to encourage
further development of undergraduate teaching excellence.
Scholars will be honored at a luncheon on Oct. 17 at the Clayton
Jr., Alumni Center. For more information about the program,
visit http://www.tamu.edu/cte/programs/montague.html or
call (979) 845-8392.
John Alexander, College of Architecture