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Beth Reed (’82 M.S.) named Michigan Tech 2017 Distinguished Teacher


   

Doris Abraham, Bob Abraham, and Michael Abraham standing together, holding a large framed photograph of a bluebird. Beth Reed Photo courtesy of Michigan Tech

Aug. 15, 2017 – Beth Reed (’82 M.S. forest biometrics), a senior lecturer in the Mathematical Sciences Department at Michigan Technological University, is the recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award in the Assistant Professor/Lecturer/Professor of Practice category.

Reed, who is also assistant to the department chair, has been teaching mathematical sciences at Michigan Tech since 1985 and has been recognized at the departmental level multiple times for both her teaching and her service. This year she was named to the Deans’ Teaching Showcase.

Reed joined Michigan Tech’s School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science in January 1983 as a research associate working on four different research projects before moving to the Department of Mathematical Sciences in 1985.

Read Michigan Tech’s full press release.


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