Interim A&M Chancellor Kimbrough Announces End for Teaching Excellence Awards
Less than a week after taking over as interim chancellor of the Texas A&M University System, Jay Kimbrough announced the end of a faculty awards program rooted in reforms backed by the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
The Student Led Awards for Teaching Excellence, which awarded $2,500 to $10,000 bonuses based on student evaluations, had been introduced by recently departed chancellor Mike McKinney, based on a program at Oklahoma University that has since been discontinued.
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