AAE faculty, lecturers honored as 'Outstanding Engineering Teachers' by College of Engineering

Eleven School of Aeronautics and Astronautics faculty members and two lecturers were named by the College of Engineering as "Outstanding Engineering Teachers" in an ad placed in the Exponent Monday.

Eleven faculty members and two lecturers from the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics were named by the College of Engineering as “Outstanding Engineering Teachers."

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Faculty and lecturers who received teaching evaluation scores of 4.7 or higher in undergraduate or graduate classes with enrollments of 10 or more and 50 percent or higher response rates made the list. The list is based on student evaluations from courses taught in the College of Engineering in Summer and Fall 2019.

Professors Sally Bane, William Crossley, Carolin Frueh, Stephen Heister, Robert Lucht, R. Byron Pipes, Timothee Pourpoint, Michael Sangid, Alexey Shashurin, David Spencer and Tyler Tallman were joined on the list by design, build, test engineer Philip Baldwin and continuing lecturer Waterloo Tsutsui.

"I am incredibly pleased that so many of the instructors in Aeronautics and Astronautics received this recognition from students in their courses," said Crossley, J. William Uhrig and Anastasia Vournas Head of Aeronautics and Astronautics. "This is one illustration of the prominence the School gives to teaching and learning alongside our research activities."

An ad that included the list was published Jan. 13 in the Exponent.