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Donald E. Stout
information about courses Professor Stout teaches in the schools of business and
engineering at Saint Martin's University in Lacey, Washington.
In addition to his teaching duties, Stout serves as business administration department chair. Prior to that he was engineering management graduate program director. Active in university governance Stout has completed service as the university's faculty president and was a multi-term member of both faculty affairs and advancement committees. Service on other committees included the budget committee, the educational policies and curriculum committee, the accreditation self-study steering committee and the university's general education task force charged with evaluating and revising the university's general education program.
Elected by the Associated Students of Saint Martin's University as 2010/2011 Professor of the Year, he was also honored in 2002 when chosen to receive the Monks of Saint Martin's Abbey Outstanding Faculty Award - the university's highest teaching honor. In 2003, he was recognized by the university student government with the Student Advocate of the Year award. Selected to fill one of eleven faculty positions in the Saint Martin's University honor society, the Society of Fellows, Don continues active service as a Faculty Fellow.
Professional memberships have included the American Association of University Professors, the American Society of Engineering Management, and life memberships in Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honorary and Chi Epsilon, the national civil engineering honor society, and the university honor society, the Society of Fellows.
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