The Academic Committee of Hodges University has named
Michael Klein the student of the month for August.
The Academic Committee consists of the program chairs and other elected faculty, chaired by the Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Jeanette Brock. Klein was nominated for recognition by Dr. Rosemary Arway, Criminal Justice professor at Hodges.
“Michael is currently in my Human Growth & Development class and consistently demonstrates exceptional ability,” said Dr. Arway. “He weaves personal and professional experience in the topics that we discuss and his insightful analyses are of great benefit to his classmates. As a veteran, spouse, and father, Michael’s contributions to our class are invaluable. Clearly, this student grasps not only the theoretical and conceptual issues in psychology but also the practical applications and importance.
"Michael is frequently seen studying and interacting with our other students. Many times, I have seen him helping those that struggle and I have always been impressed by his welcoming demeanor and sincere desire to learn and help. During my consideration of who might be worthy of this award, I reviewed Michael’s student record and was not surprised to see consistently high grades and a very strong GPA. Therefore, it is my honor to nominate Michael C. Klein for this academic recognition.”
As student of the month, Michael Klein will receive a recognition certificate and a $100 tuition credit.