Carmel Valley resident and assistant professor wins Professoriate Award

Dr. Maryam Davodi-Far, National University President Patricia Potter and Dr. Joseph Zavala.

Dr. Maryam Davodi-Far, along with 14 other full time faculty members, was selected to receive the Professoriate Award. This award is given annually to faculty members who go above and beyond the call of duty. National University currently has almost 300 full time faculty. National University offers 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as 30 certificates and 16 credential programs. A leader in online education, National University offers more than 60 graduate and undergraduate degree programs and over 1,200 courses online.

National University is the second-largest nonprofit private university in California, second to USC. National University has been recently awarded a 10-year accreditation by WASCH and offers courses online, on ground and in a hybrid format.

The awards ceremony was held at the residence of University President Patricia Potter in the Santaluz community. Also in presence, were all of the school deans, several administrators and staff. 15 staff members are also chosen annually for the Player’s Award.

For more information, contact Dr. Maryam Davodi-Far at mdavodi-far@Nu.edu

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