Eight in AAE recognized by College as outstanding teachers

Faculty, lecturers and other staff 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.
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Eight faculty members, lecturers and other staff from the School of Aeronautics and Astronautics were recognized by the College of Engineering as “Outstanding Engineering Teachers.”

Faculty, lecturers and other staff 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 Fall 2021. The teacher evaluation survey included 10 quantitative questions about instruction on a five-point scale. Individual teacher averages were calculated across those measures.

Professors William Crossley, the J. William Uhrig and Anastasia Vournas Head of Aeronautics, Karen Marais, John L. Bray Distinguished Professor of Engineering R. Byron Pipes, Jonathan Poggie, Alexey Shashurin and Dianyun Zhang were on the list, as well as visiting assistant professor Justin Mansell and lecturer Waterloo Tsutsui.

An ad that included the list was published Jan. 10 in the Exponent.