Nikpour Receives Office of Disability Services Award

June 14, 2024
Professor Fereydoun Nikpour was selected for the Office of Disability Services Faculty Honor Roll.
The Faculty Honor Roll is a new initiative to recognize instructors who go above and beyond to support the work of the Office of Disability Services (ODS). ODS staff were asked to nominate instructors for this honor. Here is an excerpt from his nomination:
Fereydoun Nikpour has received great feedback and praise from a student connected with the Office of Disability Services. The student stated he’s been a blessing, great professor, so helpful, so accommodating, gives students the time of day, tells students to call him anytime for help, etc. They feel he wants what’s best for his students and goes out of his way to help students. The student felt he deserves an award so we just want to make sure that’s recognized!

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