Dr. Michelle Craddock, who recently accepted an offer as assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at Belmont University, received an educator of the year award at the 39th Annual Convention of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) on March 30in Indianapolis, Ind. Craddock is an assistant professor and associate director at the Center for Leadership and Diversity in STEM at West Point U.S. Military Academy. The award honors organizations and individuals who exemplify or promote NSBE’s ideals of academic excellence, professional success and dedication to advancement of the black community.
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