Keith Krehbiel Honored by 2000 Sloan Class

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Keith Krehbiel Honored by 2000 Sloan Class

Faculty member cited for his ability to weave together multiple disciplines.
June 15, 2000

Keith Krehbiel, cited for "demonstrating a passion for his subject matter and thereby motivating the Sloan Fellows," was honored with the 2000 Teaching Excellence Award presented by the class of 2000 during the Sloan graduation celebration.

Krehbiel, the Edward B. Rust Professor of Political Science, taught the Sloan course Management in Non-Market Environments. In making the presentation, Michele Purton cited Krehbiel's "ability to integrate and interrelate his subject matter with the other academic disciplines and with the Sloans' backgrounds, strengthening our overall learning experience."

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