Adams, Curry to receive AFS Distinguished Achievement Award

Dr. Marvin Adams and Dr. Guy Curry have been selected to receive the 2010 Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching.Dr. Marvin AdamsAdams, professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering, and Curry, professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, are among 24 Texas A&M faculty and staff selected for this years awards, given annually by the university and The Association of Former Students.Adams joined the Texas A&M faculty in 1992 and currently directs the Institute for National Security Education and Research (INSER). He teaches courses in nuclear reactor theory and analysis, as well as neutron transport theory.Dr. Guy CurryCurry joined the Texas A&M faculty in 1970. He teaches undergraduate courses in manufacturing systems planning and control and production and operations analysis; and graduate courses in linear programming and nonlinear and dynamic programming.The university-level Distinguished Achievement Awards were first presented in 1955 and have since been awarded to 882 professionals (including this year's recipients) who have exhibited the highest standards of excellence at Texas A&M.The 2010 Distinguished Achievement Awards will be formally presented at 1:30 p.m. April 29 during ceremonies in Rudder Theater. In recognition of their achievements, each recipient will receive a $4,000 cash gift, an engraved watch and a commemorative plaque.A complete list of the award winners is available here. For more information about the awards, contact Kelli Hutka at The Association of Former Students at 979/458-7506.