Lecturer Bramson Wins Excellence In Teaching Award

Tuesday, May 19, 2009
SNHU Communications Office

Southern New Hampshire University adjunct faculty member Irwin Bramson received the 2009 Excellence in Teaching Award from Southern New Hampshire University.
 
Bramson, of Merrimack, N.H., has taught nearly 100 math and statistics courses during his 10-year tenure with SNHU. He has worked for such companies as Raytheon, Compaq, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Mitre Corporation and Lockheed Sanders.
 
“Math can be pretty boring and downright scary,” Bramson has said. “My job is to give them confidence — and to help them like math.”
 
SNHU’s annual teaching excellence awards recognize one full-time faculty member and two adjunct faculty members who exemplify those qualities that set the university apart as a teaching institution: effectiveness as a classroom teacher, commitment to students through advising and tutoring, professional development, contributions toward building the reputation or image of the university, impact on graduates as viewed by alumni and a general attitude toward students that demonstrates concern for their welfare.

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