FLINT—Kettering University online faculty member and professor Anjali Barnick was recognized with the “Teaching in Excellence” award at the Global Forum for Education and Learning Conference (GFEL) on June 23 in Las Vegas.
Among the courses Barnick teaches are leadership, managing people and organizations, leadership and ethics, and engineering ethics. These courses span the MBA, Master of Science in operations management, and engineering management programs online.
“It feels awesome to be recognized,” Barnick said. “With 20-plus years of experience in academia, it’s nice to receive this recognition. It’s always special when students come back and share that I’ve made an impression on them, so being recognized amongst other faculty is pretty awesome.”
GFEL is a three-day, knowledge-based value conference where leaders of the education sector come together to lead, regulate, empower and improve the means of education transmittal.
For more information on Kettering’s online programs, visit online.kettering.edu.
Kettering University, formerly known as General Motors Institute, is a private, nonprofit university based in Flint that offrs primarily science, technology, engineering and business programs. More at kettering.edu.