Posted January 30th, 2017 by Carolyn Farrell

Engineering educators recognized by the Faculty for teaching excellence

Craig Simmons teaching award winner

Professor Craig Simmons (MIE, IBBME, centre) is one of four engineering educators honoured with the 2016 Faculty Teaching Awards. (Photo: Neil Ta)

Four of U of T Engineering’s most outstanding educators — three of them alumni — have been honoured with 2016 Faculty Teaching Awards:

  • Alumnus Mohamed Abdelfattah (ECE PhD 1T6) received the Teaching Assistant Award, which recognizes TAs who demonstrate excellence in classroom instruction and in the development of course materials.
  • Professor and alumnus Matthew Mackay (MIE) garnered the Early Career Teaching Award, for exceptional teaching by a faculty member who has taught at U of T for less than six years.
  • Professor and alumnus Craig Simmons (MIE, IBBME) received the Faculty Teaching Award, for a teacher who demonstrates outstanding classroom instruction and develops innovative teaching methods.
  • And professor Will Cluett (ChemE) garnered the Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award, recognizing a faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching over the course of at least 15 years.

Read more about these outstanding educators on U of T Engineering News.