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.