Faculty Mentor Awards
Three Pacific faculty members were honored with the 2014 Faculty Mentor Award on Sunday, Nov. 16 at the Alex and Jeri Vereschagin Alumni House. Keith Hatschek from the Conservatory of Music, Gary Martin ’86 from the School of Engineering and Computer Science and Alan Ray from the Department of Communication within College of the Pacific were honored with this prestigious award.
Hatschek is the Conservatory’s current program director of the Music Management Program. Hatscheck joined Pacific’s faculty in 2001 after a successful career in the music industry. He started his own commercial recording studio, Bayshore Studios, and joined Music Annex, Inc., a prominent recording studio in the United States. At Pacific, Hatscheck also serves as the University’s representative for the National Association of Music Merchants Association.
Martin serves as the assistant dean within the School of Engineering and Computer Science; he is also the coordinator and director of the School of Engineering and Computer Science’s Co-op program. Martin has been representing the orange and black since 1983.
Ray, an assistant professor of communication at Pacific, is the final recipient of the Faculty Mentor Award. Ray joined the faculty in 1987. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Memphis State University, as well as a doctorate from the University of Missouri.
Qingwen Dong, chair of the Department of Communication within College of the Pacific, stated: “During the course of creating opportunities and possibilities in media fields, Ray has developed deep, lasting relationships with his students. They become more than just alumni; they become lifelong colleagues and friends.”
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