Russian prof. wins Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award

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February 12, 2008

12:20 PM

As part of the Charter Day celebrations Saturday, assistant professor of modern languages and literature Alexander “Sasha” Prokhorov was awarded the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award, the highest honor for young faculty members at the College.

p. The Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award is awarded to faculty members in recognization of devotion to students and a passion for teaching.

p. Prokhorov heads the Russian studies department within modern languages. He is also responsible for creating a way to determine the proficiency of the College’s Russian language students.

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