Mar 7, 2018 | Atlanta, GA
Joe Rabinoff, an Assistant Professor in SoM who has interests in arithmetic and algebraic geometry, has won a CTL/BP Jr. Faculty Teaching Excellence Award.
This award, offered through the joint support of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and BP America, provides Georgia Tech with the opportunity to highlight the excellent teaching and educational innovation that junior faculty bring to campus. The selection committees have typically considered a range of activities for these awards, including: Educational innovations; Impact on students' lives, both in and beyond the classroom; Passion for teaching and learning; Connections between research and teaching; Educational outreach beyond the classroom and laboratory; Teaching excellence in core classes, required classes, and large classes; Accessibility to all students, even those who were not performing well in the class; Good Georgia Tech citizenship.
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