COE Alumnus Named Educator of the Year


Greg Milo, COE alumnusGreg Milo, a College of Education alumnus, received the National Council for International Visitors Phyllis Layton Perry Educator of the Year Award. The award celebrates the work of outstanding educators who have helped increase global awareness in their classrooms and communities.  He was presented the award in Washington, D.C. this past weekend.

Milo was a mentor teacher in the inaugural Franco-American Teachers-in-Training Institute (FATITI) through the COE and from that relationship has established an exchange of students between Hoban High School and the high school of his teacher-in-training in Altkirk, France.  He was recognized for his outstanding dedication to developing international education opportunities for his students, coworkers, and the community, as well as for students and educators abroad.
Milo currently serves as chair of the Social Studies department at Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron.