2021 Circle of Excellence Recipients
Northeastern State University announces 2021 Circle of Excellence recipients
(Tahlequah, Oklahoma) – Northeastern State University has announced the 2021 Circle of Excellence Award honorees.
NSU faculty members were nominated by their peers in one of three categories: teaching, research and service. A selection committee of past honorees chose one nominee in each category for this recognition.
A professor of finance on the Broken Arrow campus, Kaya joined NSU in 2013. His research interests include corporate finance, financial markets and entrepreneurship. Kaya has more than 120 journal publications in these areas, two of which have received the best paper award at academic conferences. He earned his Ph.D. in finance from Texas Tech University.
“The Circle of Excellence Honor represents the best of the best faculty at Northeastern State University,” Dr. Renée Cambiano, faculty council president, said. “I truly feel that the faculty at Northeastern State, as stated in our mission, have high expectations for student success, provide quality teaching, challenging curricula and engage in research and scholarly activities that impact our communities and this honor highlights these achievements.”
Each faculty honoree of the Circle of Excellence Award receives $2,500 that he or she can receive as a check or use for professional development. The Office of Academic Affairs and the NSU Foundation provide support for this award.
For more information, contact Cambiano at email@example.com.