Saint Martin's faculty member receives teaching recognition
Dec. 12, 2005
Lacey – William L. “Willie” Jackson, a Saint
Martin’s University adjunct teacher of history and political science at
the university’s extension campuses, is the recipient of a Commander’s
Certificate for Distinguished Faculty. The honor was received at the
19th annual college graduation for I Corps and Fort Lewis in November.
Jackson was honored as a “consummate educational
professional who places the highest priority on meeting student needs,
no matter the time or place.
His citation notes, “He places great pride in his
availability to teach those events and issues that shape our world today
and his consistently exceptional student course assessments are
testimony to his hard labor on behalf of our non-traditional student
Jackson, a Dupont resident, has taught classes for
Saint Martin’s since 1976. He also is director of veterans services for
Saint Martin’s. A U.S. Army veteran, his service included a tour of duty
in Vietnam. Jackson earned his bachelor’s and master’s of political
science degrees from Washington State University.
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