Professor of Statistics, Ursula Müller-Harknett, has been selected to receive a 2015 Distinguished Achievement College-Level Teaching Award awarded by the Association of Former Students at Texas A&M University.
The award was established in 1982 and is given to honor outstanding faculty members for their dedication to teaching. Recipients are recognized for their talent, expertise and devotion on conveying knowledge to students.
Dr. Müller-Harknett joined the Statistics faculty in 2006. She was awarded tenure in 2009 and promoted to full professor in 2013. During her nine years at Texas A&M University, she has become one of the Department’s most respected graduate-level teachers. She is a dedicated and capable professor who is committed to maintaining the highest academic standards. Dr. Müller-Harknett has devoted herself to making statistical concepts accessible to all graduate students who take her courses and she has had a major impact on the career paths of many students, and has exerted an extraordinarily positive influence on many others.
The award will be presented during the College of Science’s Annual Faculty-Staff Meeting and Awards ceremony. Dr. Müller-Harknett will receive a framed certificate commemorating the occasion and a $2,000 check from The Association.
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