Thursday, May 15, 2014
Two OSU-Tulsa faculty honored for outstanding teaching, research
|Sallam, left, and Maloy|
OSU-Tulsa faculty Dr. Khaled Sallam and Dr. Jason Maloy were recently recognized for exceptional teaching and research during the university’s 15th graduation ceremony at the Pavilion at Expo Square. Sallam, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was honored with the President’s Outstanding Teaching Award, and Maloy, associate professor of political science, received the President’s Outstanding Faculty Research Award.
“These awards are a tribute to our internationally respected faculty who have helped thousands of students earn an OSU degree right here in Tulsa,” said OSU-Tulsa President Howard Barnett. “Through their work in and out of the classroom, Dr. Sallam and Dr. Maloy exemplify what makes our university so unique and such an asset to Tulsa and the state of Oklahoma.”
After earning his bachelor’s degree and his Master of Engineering in mechanical power engineering from Cairo University, Sallam attended the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where he received his Master of Science in Engineering and his Doctor of Philosophy in Aerospace Engineering. He began teaching at OSU in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology in 2003 and received the 2007 Halliburton Excellent Young Teacher Award.
Maloy has two books published by Cambridge University Press, The Colonial American Origins of Modern Democratic Thought and Democratic Statecraft: Political Realism and Popular Power. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Brown University, master’s in philosophy from the University of Cambridge and his doctorate from Harvard University’s Department of Government. He joined the faculty at OSU-Tulsa in 2004.