Dr. Glori Hinck Wins Technology Award

Kate Martin | September 26, 2012

The award was presented at the NUTN 2012 conference September 18.

Glori Hinck, RD, MS, DC, MET, associate professor and chair of the educational technology liaison group at Northwestern, received the Student Recognition Award from the National University Technology Network (NUTN). Dr. Hinck was the unanimous choice by the review panel for this award and was nominated by Boise State University where she is a doctoral student and affiliate graduate faculty in the educational technology program.

Dr. Hinck was recognized for hard work and extraordinary achievement in developing and implementing online education experiences including online and hybrid courses for the chiropractic and MHS programs as well as online continuing education courses related to professional boundaries and social media. She was also commended for educating other faculty members on how to integrate technology into their teaching.

The award was presented at the NUTN 2012 Conference in Kansas City, MO, this week. Congratulations to Dr. Hinck.

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