Chen, Martinez, Molnar & Suh receive teaching awards

Four ECE faculty members receive teaching awards from the College of Engineering.

Four ECE faculty received College of Engineering Teaching Awards for 2014:

Tsuhan Chen  Michael Tien ’72 Excellence in Teaching Award
This is the highest award for teaching in the college. Chen was nominated by colleagues from ECE and then selected by a committee, comprised of former teaching prizewinners from within the College of Engineering.

Jose Martinez  Kenneth A. Goldman ’71 Excellence in Teaching Award
This is the highest award for teaching in the college. Martinez was nominated by colleagues from our School and then selected by a committee, comprised of former teaching prizewinners from within the College of Engineering.

Al Molnar  James and Mary Tien Excellence in Teaching Award
This is the highest award for teaching in the college. Molnar was nominated by colleagues within ECE and selected by a committee, comprised of former teaching prizewinners from within the College of Engineering.

Edward Suh  Michael Tien ’72 Excellence in Teaching Award
This is the highest award for teaching in the college. Suh was nominated by colleagues from ECE and then selected by a committee, comprised of former teaching prizewinners from within the College of Engineering. 

Congratulations!

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