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Montague Legacy


Date:   1/9/2015

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The Center for Teaching Excellence hosted the annual Montague-CTE luncheon on October 9th in the Bethancourt Ballroom. 

The Center for Teaching Excellence hosted the annual Montague-CTE luncheon on October 9th in the Bethancourt Ballroom. Established, distinguished, and honored tenure-track faculty members have been chosen to receive the $6,500 grant named in honor of Kenneth Montague ’37: a model alumnus who defined what it meant to be an outstanding member of the Aggie family.

 The annual Montague-CTE Scholar award is given to a tenure-track faculty member from each college on the basis of their capability and potential in teaching. The following faculty members have been named the recipients for 2014-2015: Margaret E. Glasner, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Jun Hyun Kim, College of Architecture, Stephen Courtright, Mays Business School, Jodie Lutkenhaus, Dwight Look College of Engineering, Karl Kaiser, Galveston Campus, Michael Ewers, College of Geosciences, Kristan Poirot, College of Liberal Arts, Steven Wheeler, College of Science, Sarah Hamer, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

With over 150 Montague-CTE Scholars on Texas A&M Campus today, Kenneth Montague has left a legacy that has impacted the past, present, and future of education. Currently, Kenneth Montague’s son, Jim, and his wife, Vicki, support and uphold the legacy of continued excellence at Texas A&M. 
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