Lombardi & Stohr Receive Teaching Awards

Congratulations – Howe School Faculty Members Receive Teaching Awards

With the fall semester underway, new students took part in the annual Stevens tradition of Convocation, held Sept. 5 in Canavan Arena and featuring speeches by Stevens President Nariman Farvardin, U.S. Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen from New Jersey's 11th district and Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer.

Convocation is a ceremony to officially welcome the Class of 2016 to the Stevens community, mark the opening of the academic year, and distribute awards to select faculty and students for standout academic, research and extracurricular achievements.

This year, Howe School faculty members, Professor E. Ted Stohr and Associate Professor Donald Lombardi were recognized with distinguished service awards.  Professor Stohr with the Henry Morton Distinguished Professor Teaching Award and Professor Lombardi  with the Alexander Crombie Humphrey’s Distinguished Associate Professor Teaching Award.  Both awards were presented by Provost George Korfiatis – and were given in recognition of their record of excellence in teaching.