Dr. Bryan Boudouris Selected for Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship Program
April 24, 2014
Dr. Bryan Boudouris, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, has been selected as a recipient of a Teaching for Tomorrow Fellowship to recognize his talent for teaching. He is one of nine junior faculty selected by the Office of the Provost for this year-long program that seeks to cultivate teaching talent at the University.
Dr. Boudouris will be matched with a senior faculty member to address matters such as adjusting teaching modes to class size, student readiness and learning styles, subject matter, cultural diversity, course objectives, overall goals of the course, and experiential and student-centered learning. He also will work one-on-one with his mentor to develop and review teaching techniques and visit other classrooms. As part of this program, Dr. Boudouris will receive $1,500 in professional development funds to further his teaching skills.
Dr. Boudouris joined the School of Chemical Engineering in 2011. He frequently teaches CHE 205 -Chemical Engineering Calculations, and CHE 597 - Special Topics in Chemical Engineering. He has a B.S. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He also was a Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of California - Berkeley.