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Klonoski Named Scranton’s CASE Teacher of the Year

Klonoski Named Scranton’s CASE Teacher of the Year
Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D. ’74 is the University’s CASE Professor of the Year.

Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D. ’74, professor of philosophy, was named the University’s CASE Professor of the Year in recognition of his outstanding performance.

Professors awarded this recognition by individual schools are eligible for further recognition by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) at the state and national levels.

Since 1981, Dr. Klonoski has been a member of the Philosophy Department, which he has also chaired. In addition to teaching a wide range of philosophy courses, he has taught courses in the Honors Program, the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Honors Program and the School of Management’s Business Leadership Honors Program.

Dr. Klonoski’s teaching career at Scranton has been marked by a variety of awards. In 2012, he received the Ignatian Teaching Award (Magis Award). The 1998 graduating class voted Dr. Klonoski Teacher of the Year and he was also presented with the Faculty Senate Award for Excellence in Teaching. In 1986, he received the Alpha Sigma Nu Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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