Mar 10, 2020 | Atlanta, GA
Each year the Georgia Tech Center for Teaching and Learning awards faculty for their teaching excellence, and this year, four faculty from the School of Architecture have been selected as winners.
On Tuesday, March 10, faculty were honored in the Student Center Ballroom as part of Celebrating Teaching Day. Associate professor and director of Stubbins Gallery, Mark Cottle, Professor and director of the Master of Science in Urban Design program, Ellen Dunham-Jones, associate professor and director of the Master of Science in Architecture program, Russell Gentry, and assistant professor and director of the High Performance Building Lab, Tarek Rakha, received the Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 Award.
The award, previously known as the Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award, was created to celebrate faculty members who received exceptional response rates and scores from their Course-Instructor Opinion Survey, which students complete at the end of each semester. Courses taught during the 2019 calendar year were considered for this award.
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Mark Cottle, Ellen Dunham-Jones, Russell Gentry, and Tarek Rakha