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Montague-CTE Scholars

Kenneth-Judy-Montague.jpgThe Center for Teaching Excellence exists to provide leadership and services that contribute to improvement of teaching quality at Texas A&M University.  The Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholars Program was initiated in 1991 as a cornerstone effort in this quest for sustained excellence.
Each academic college annually selects one tenure-track developing faculty member for the Montague-Center for Teaching Excellence Scholar designation.  This person, who will have already shown ability and interest in the teaching of undergraduates, receives a $6,500 grant to research and develop innovative teaching techniques with outcomes made available to other faculty through the Center for Teaching Excellence.


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