Bishop Seabury Academy announces faculty honors:
¢ Arnold Knudson received the 2006 Rose-Hulman Outstanding Teacher Award from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Ind.
His name was submitted by Jake Esau, 2005 Seabury graduate, who was a former student of Knudson. Knudson is Bishop Seabury's Mathematics Department chairman and teaches pre-calculus and calculus AP.
¢ Matt Patterson, college counselor and English teacher at Bishop Seabury, has been selected to participate in The Teaching Shakespeare Institute at The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C,, which is a world-class research center for Shakespearean studies.
Twenty-five high school teachers were selected to participate in this year's program, which will focus on curriculum design and on finding new ways of engaging students in the study of Shakespeare's works.
¢ Sara Adkins has been selected as a reader for the National History Advanced Placement exams. Adkins will read AP European essays from students all over the world during the first week of June at the University of Nebraska. Adkins teaches world religions, European history and European history AP for Bishop Seabury.