|Aerospace faculty member Kim Kenville earns 2009 Enlightenment Award for teaching excellence|
The Wyoming Airport Operators Association recently honored UND Aerospace faculty member Kimberly Kenville with the 2009 Enlightenment Award for her dedication and excellence in aviation education. Kenville was presented the award at the Wyoming Aviation Conference in Cheyenne, WY.
The Enlightenment Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated significant achievement in the field of aviation education. Examples of potential recipients of this award may include university faculty, K-12 teachers, ground school instructors, and flight instructors.
Nominations for Kenville cited that she has dedicated her professional career to teaching, research, and service, and for her extensive knowledge and network in airport management.
Prior to teaching for UND, Kenville held various operations positions with the etroit Metropolitan (DTW), Milwaukee’s General Mitchell (MKE), and the Minneapolis-St. Paul International (MSP) airports.
Kim obtained her B.B.A in Airport Management in 1991 from UND, her MBA in 1998 from UND and a Ph.D. in Organization and Management with an emphasis in Leadership in 2005 from Capella University. She is an associate professor and Graduate Program director for the UND Aerospace Department of Aviation. Kenville also is a certified member of the American Association of Airport Executives.
-- Ken Polovitz, Assistant Dean, UND Aerospace, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-4935