CKF Grant Recipient Named Finalist For National Teaching Award

Chris Surprenant, associate professor of philosophy at the University of New Orleans, has been named a finalist for Questia’s “Most Valuable Professors” award. The national contest asked students to nominate “professors who have had the biggest impact on their education.” Surprenant is the director and founder of the university’s Alexis de Tocqueville Project on Democratic Ideals and Institutions. As recognition for Surprenant’s nomination, Questia will award five scholarships in the professor’s name to the university.

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