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Creighton Professor Wins Award For Teaching Excellence

Creighton Professor Wins Award For Teaching Excellence

Geoff Bakewell, Ph.D., Creighton's Michael W. Barry Professor and associate professor in the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies, recently received the Award for Excellence in College Teaching from the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.

Bakewell has been with the University for 12 years and has served on many committees and been a freshman seminar leader. Currently he serves as the director of the Honors Program in the College of Arts and Sciences, and spends his time writing articles on ancient Greek history and literature.

The Classical Association of the Middle West and South is an organization of university, college, secondary and elementary teachers of Latin, Greek and all other studies which focus on the world of classical antiquity. The nominee must be a member in good standing of CAMWS, teaching classical subjects full-time at a college or university.

Posted: 4/10/06