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Penn Stater of the Quarter announced

Robert Faux
10/5/2004 —
Robert Faux, instructor in general engineering, has been named Penn Stater of the Quarter at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, announced Dr. Mary E. Hines, campus executive officer. The Penn Stater of the Quarter is a member of the campus community who has uniquely demonstrated special concern for the campus, has achieved a significant honor or goal that benefits the campus, or demonstrates special dedication to the mission of the campus.  

“Bob is an outstanding campus citizen who is devoted to the University’s mission in a myriad of ways,” said Dr. Martin Slann, director of academic affairs. “He recently assumed the position of interim coordinator of undergraduate studies and has devoted considerable time and energy to guiding and counseling students through their undergraduate careers. He retains his role in the classroom where he consistently excels as a teacher and is an excellent role model for students. In addition, he recently authored a successful proposal that secured a $25,000 grant for the campus.”

Faux, a Tunkhannock resident, earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering and his M.S. in Engineering Science from Penn State University. He joined the faculty at Penn State Wilkes-Barre in 1986. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree in human development with a concentration in instructional leadership at Marywood University.
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