Wexford Resident Recognized with Presidential Award for Excellence
Dr. John Kern II was recently recognized with a Duquesne University Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.
An associate professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Kern was acknowledged for his award by Duquesne President Charles J. Dougherty at the University’s annual Convocation.
Kern, who began at Duquesne in 2000, teaches courses in probability, statistics and statistical computing. He resides in Wexford with his wife Lisa and their two children.
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