Klein to be feted Nov. 3 as
’09 Montague CTE scholar


Nancy Klein, assistant professor of architecture at Texas A&M, has been named a 2009-10 Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence scholar.

The Montague program, named for founding donor Kenneth Montague ’37, honors early career excellence in undergraduate teaching at Texas A&M.

Klein, who specializes in the art and architecture of ancient Greece and Rome, joined the Aggie faculty in 2006. Her current research focuses on the development of sacred architecture on the Acropolis of Athens. She is also a Faculty Fellow of the Center for Heritage Conservation.

She and fellow 2009-10 scholars will be honored at a Nov. 3 luncheon in Koldus 110.

The intent of the Montague-CTE program is to recognize one tenure-track assistant professor in each college who has already demonstrated a commitment to, and potential for, excellence in undergraduate teaching.

The award includes a $6,500 grant for each recipient to encourage further development of undergraduate teaching excellence. For more information about the program, visit http://cte.tamu.edu or call (979) 845-8392.


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