Volgenau School of Engineering Teaching Excellence Recognized
June 21, 2016 / by Martha Bushong
George Mason University's Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence recognized its 2016 award winners at a ceremony Monday, April 11, at the Center for the Arts. Outstanding teaching is an integral part of Mason's mission and is deserving of significant recognition. The Teaching Excellence Awards are both institutional recognition and a monetary acknowledgement of the significant work that faculty members devote to course planning and preparation; curriculum development; and innovative teaching, advising, and undergraduate and graduate mentoring.
University Teaching Excellence Award Winners from the Volgenau School of Engineering
Kinga Dobolyi, Computer Science, with special recognition for excellence in general education
Laura Kosoglu, Civil, Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering
Mark Snyder, Computer Science
Teachers of Distinction
Teachers of Distinction are faculty members who have been finalists for the Teaching Excellence Award, and who are recognized across campus for their exceptional teaching and their commitment to teaching-related activities.
Kathleen Wage, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Adjunct Teaching Excellence Award Winner
C. Randall Howard, Information Sciences and Technology
See more photos from the ceremony.