Teaching and service awards announced

Teaching and service awards announced

Kevin McDonald, assistant professor of business, is the recipient of the university's Outstanding Teaching Award this year. Bill Siedlecki, associate director of the Memorial Student Center, will receive the Outstanding Service Award.

Both were presented with the awards at commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 11. Each award includes a $500 honorarium.

McDonald earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from UW-Stout. He is currently a candidate for an Ed.D. degree, specializing in business administration with an emphasis in vocational and technical education. He also participated in the Dale Carnegie Training course on sales and sales management.

McDonald has taught marketing, business, advertising and sales courses at UW-Stout since 1989. He has presented at seminars and conferences, and has been a member of several campus committees.

Siedlecki received a bachelor of arts degree from UW-Eau Claire. He was a hall director at Stout before becoming activities coordinator in 1972. He has been associate director of the Memorial Student Center since 1984, with supervisory and advisory responsibilities for student organizations, student activities and programs; leadership and organization development; and account administration. He is also responsible for the training and development program for all employees of the center.

Siedlecki serves on the Community/University Relations Committee, the Student Technology Tuition Review Committee, and the Academic Staff Personnel Committee.

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