McCarthy is "Outstanding Instructor"
Neil T. McCarthy, an associate professor of Finance at Kettering and a 1965 graduate of Kettering University/GMI, received the 2001 Outstanding Instructor Award from the National Technological University (NTU).
Neil T. McCarthy, an associate professor of Finance at Kettering and a 1965 graduate of Kettering University/GMI, received the 2001 Outstanding Instructor Award from the National Technological University (NTU). McCarthy is one of only 27 instructors nationwide to receive this prestigious award.
McCarthy was recognized for his work with students from General Motors enrolled in Kettering's graduate studies program. Some of the classes he teaches for GM students include MGT-613: Financial Management and MGT-622: Management Science. Professors were recognized by NTU for their effective use of the remote learning environment and responsiveness to the needs of remote students. Awards are based on the evaluations returned by at least 10 students in each class.
NTU is a collaboration of many universities that conduct distance education programs for graduate students seeking advanced degrees in engineering and business. NTU offers a wide range of academic courses from a working alliance of more than 50 universities, including seven of the top 25 graduate engineering programs as listed in "U.S. News and World Report." Since its inception, NTU has awarded more than 1,600 master's degrees to individuals who completed their program while working full-time in professional positions. NTU delivers courses on the organization's instructional television network satellite to sponsoring organizations in many parts of the world.
To learn more about NTU, visit the web site at www.ntu.edu.
To find out more about Kettering University's graduate program, contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Extension Services at (800) 955-4464, ext. 7953, or visit the Kettering web site at www.kettering.edu