Farmingdale State College Professor Wins National Education Award
January 3, 2017
Dr. Beverly Kahn, Professor of Political Science at Farmingdale State College, has won the Outstanding First-Year Student Advocacy Award from the National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, at the University of South Carolina.
Dr. Kahn is the only winner among 10 educators nationwide from a New York State academic institution. She will be honored in Atlanta in February at the 36th Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience.
In addition to teaching political science, Dr. Kahn is also a grant-writer, Fulbright Program Advisor and Director of the Academic Advisement and Information Center, the Research-Aligned Mentorship (RAM) Program, and First in the World Program at Farmingdale.
She holds three degrees in Political Science: a PhD from Indiana University, MA from Columbia University and AB from Dickinson College (Pennsylvania). Her memberships include the American Association of Colleges and Universities, American Political Science Association, and the Fulbright Alumni Association.