Six Computing Faculty Earn GT Teaching Awards
Six College of Computing professors have earned the Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award for instructional excellence from the Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL).
- Professor Mostafa Anmar, School of Computer Science
- Professor Tom Conte, School of Computer Science
- Professor Ashok Goel, School of Interactive Computing
- Professor Dana Randall, School of Computer Science
- Lecturer Jay Summet, Division of Computing Instruction
- Professor Greg Turk, School of Interactive Computing
The Class of 1940 Award is given annually to honor teachers with exceptional response rates and scores on the Course-Instructor Opinion Survey (CIOS). Current award recipients were evaluated during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. Recipients must have had a class response rate of at least 85 percent along with near-perfect evaluation scores of teaching effectiveness. Fewer than 40 teachers across Georgia Tech receive the award annually.
All recipients will be formally honored in March at CETL’s annual Celebrating Teaching Day.
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