The 2011 Mandel Center Teaching Award was presented to adjunct instructor Nancy Osgood at this year’s graduation ceremony. Nancy Osgood taught MAND 432, Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations, in the fall of 2010.
“The opportunity to play a role in the development of the next generation of nonprofit leaders is a huge honor in itself,” Osgood said. “Receiving this award from my students is, perhaps, the most satisfying professional experience of my 20-plus year career. They were an amazing and inspiring group.”
The Mandel Center Teaching Award is presented to an individual or individuals who demonstrate dedication to the development of Mandel Center students and their educational experience as demonstrated in the following areas:
Creation of a dynamic, high impact learning environment within the classroom.
Demonstration of effective and engaging teaching methods.
Encouragement and guidance toward life-long learning.
Exceptional accessibility, assistance, and guidance given to individual students in helping to resolve questions and problems.
“In every class,” a nominator wrote, “she was able to create a dynamic learning environment by promoting lively and enriching discussion about the topic of interest. She encouraged us to give our opinions at all times and also shared lot of what she has done or seen in her various management positions.”