- Ada, Oklahoma


June 26, 2013

Passion for geography earns national honor for ECU professor


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“I come up here to work on my curriculum and professional development,” Micozzi said. “It allows me to get out of the classroom with a little twist. It all relates to what I teach.”

It obviously pertains to the way Micozzi lives as well.

“I am extremely proud to have Dr. Micozzi as a friend and colleague,” said Dr. Gregory Plumb, professor and chair of the ECU department of cartography and geography. “He richly deserves this award, which nationally is one of the most prestigious in geographic education.  His dedication to student and teacher learning is unsurpassed at the university level.”

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