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Prof. Paul Mirecki receives Pi Beta Phi "Fraser Award" for teaching excellence

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Each semester the members of Pi Beta Phi honor one professor for outstanding dedication, compassion and enthusiasm in the classroom with the Fraser Award. The Fraser Award commemorates the legacy of former University of Kansas Chancellor John Fraser, who was a close friend of Pi Beta Phi. For the spring 2017 semester, members chose Religious Studies/Jewish Studies Associate Professor Paul Mirecki as the Pi Beta Phi Fraser Award winner.



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