Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Faculty member Lakhdar Hammoudi named finalist for Outstanding Faculty Innovation honor

OU-C mathematics faculty member Lakhdar Hammoudi, Ph.D., has been named a finalist in the Outstanding Faculty Innovation category of the 2013 Innovation Awards.

He is one of 10 faculty members from across the university who are finalists for the prestigious honor
and the only regional campus educator.

Hammoudi has used technology in the classroom to enrich the learning experience for students, especially those in his intermediate algebra course. He focuses on using technology to offer students and instructors a more personalized approach that is cost-effective and tailored to the specific course.

The winners in each of the six categories will be announced March 18 during the evening gala at the Baker Center Ballroom.

Information on the event is available online:

Hammoudi joined the OU-C faculty in 2002 and was promoted to associate professor and earned tenure in 2006. He also has served as interim associate dean of the Chillicothe Campus.

Hammoudi was previously on the faculty of Miami (Ohio) University, the University of Illinois and two institutions in France. Hammoudi has delivered presentations at international academic conferences and has been published in highly regarded professional journals for his research in algebra.

He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Constantine (Algeria), his master’s degree and Ph.D. from the University of Haute-Alsace (France).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Dr. Hammoudi! This is great to see you innovate and provide cost-effective solutions for our students learning mathematics.