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OSU lecturer recognized as distinguished faculty
Wed, April 12, 2017
Dr. Jennifer Glenn, industrial engineering and management lecturer, recently received a Distinguished Faculty Award from the Order of Omega, a leadership honor society, and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at Oklahoma State University.
“This award is very meaningful to me since my job as a lecturer focuses on teaching,” says Glenn. “I love mentoring college students, teaching them concepts and encouraging them in their studies, and I am thankful that the students deem this valuable and chose to honor me with this award.”
Glenn is an OSU alumna who earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and management. Her areas of interest include applied statistics and process improvement, economic analysis, service systems and processing and engineering education and mentoring.
“The award for Jennifer is outstanding and well-deserved,” says Randy Seitsinger, associate dean of academic affairs for the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology. “I really appreciate the effort she devotes to teaching and her commitment to students.”
In 2012, Glenn received the CEAT Diversity Faculty of the Year award, and in 2015 she received the Excellent Young Teacher award for CEAT by the Halliburton Foundation. She currently serves as an advisor to the Society of Women Engineers.
About Order of Omega
The purpose of Order of Omega is to recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership, to encourage them to continue along this line and to inspire others to strive for similar attainment.