College recognizes faculty with top teaching evaluation scores

Profs. Johnson, Kenley, Lee, Liu, Pitts, Ventresca & Yih
Seven of our School of Industrial Engineering professors were honored by the College of Engineering for top teaching scores.

The College of Engineering would like to congratulate the following faculty, lecturers and other staff for their outstanding dedication to teaching Boilermaker Engineers!

Fall 2020 introduced new teacher evaluation survey questions, including 10 quantitative questions regarding instruction, on a 5-point scale. EPICS and VIP students were surveyed on instructional aspects relevant to experiential courses. Individual teacher averages are calculated across these quantitative measures.

These faculty, lecturers and other staff who taught Engineering classes had rounded up averages of 4.6 or more in undergraduate or graduate classes with enrollments of 10 and above and 50% or higher response rates based on student evaluations from courses taught in Engineering in fall 2020.

Congratulations to these industrial engineering professors:

David Johnson, IE
Bob Kenley, IE
Seokcheon Lee, IE
Andrew Liu, IE
Brandon Pitts, IE
Mario Ventresca, IE
Yuehwern Yih, IE