Holloway *12 to Receive APGA Teaching Award
This semester will be doubly memorable for William Holloway *12: after successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis on April 24, he was notified yesterday that he has been selected as one of six recipients of a 2012 APGA Teaching Award from the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni. Holloway was recognized for his exceptional service as an Assistant in Instruction (AI) for CBE 246, “Thermodynamics”, taught by Professor Athanassios Panagiotopoulos in Spring 2011. The award will be presented at the APGA’s annual “Tribute to Teaching” reception, to be held at 4:00 pm on Saturday, June 2, in the Icahn Atrium; the award is also accompanied by a $1000 prize. Holloway was previously recognized as an outstanding AI by the Engineering Council, for his Fall 2008 service as an AI for CBE 245. For additional information, see the story on the Princeton University homepage. Congratulations, Bill!