MSU TEACHER NAMED 1995 PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR
STARKVILLE – A teacher at Mississippi State University has been named by a Washington, D.C.-based education foundation as the 1995 Mississippi Professor of the Year.
Hank Flick, a professor and assistant chairman of the communication department, was among five nominees from four state schools for the annual national recognition program of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Flick joined the university’s faculty in 1971. He specializes in small group and interpersonal communication. He teaches courses in interviewing, small group communication, media relations and persuasion.
Flick has received three campus awards. He won the John Grisham Master Teacher and Mississippi State Alumni Association’s service awards in 1994. He was chosen last year for the Alumni Association’s Upper Level Teaching Award.
Flick also is a special assistant to Athletic Director Larry Templeton. Since 1977, he also has served as the public address announcer for varsity football and basketball home games.