Congratulations to the UMKC School of Computing and Engineering (SCE) class of 2014! We are excited for all of the graduates. On Friday, May 16, 2014, SCE celebrated the graduation of nearly 100 undergraduate and over 70 graduate students.
Mike Kelly, Teaching Professor in CSEE and John Kevern, Assistant Professor in CME, were recently presented with the 2014 SCE Good Teaching Awards. Annually, the UMKC SCE Good Teaching Award is given to two SCE faculty, one from our Civil and Mechanical Engineering (CME) department and one from our Computer Science Electrical Engineering (CSEE) department. Selected by a vote of the graduating SCE seniors, this award truly reflects SCE students’ appreciation and regard.
The awards were announced in front of their students and peers at the May 2, 2014 Spring Awards Ceremony and Reception held in Pierson Auditorium in the Atterbury Student Success Center. SCE gratefully acknowledges the SCE Alumni Association Board for their support of the Good Teaching Awards. The SCE AA Board established an endowed fund to support the Engineering Good Teaching award and works each year with the dean to review the SCE students’ nominations and ratify recipients.