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Bozym GS5 Recognized for Excellence in Teaching

At a lunch and ceremony today, open to the entire School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Princeton Engineering Council (E-Council) and Graduate Engineering Council (GEC) jointly recognized faculty and graduate students for excellence in teaching during calendar 2013.  CBE Ph.D. student David (DJ) Bozym was honored with the sole Assistant in Instruction (AI) award for Spring 2013, for his work in the junior-level CBE 346, “Chemical Engineering Laboratory”.  Recipients of the “Excellence in Teaching” Awards are nominated by students taught, and selected by the E-Council and GEC for “their ability to present the course material in a clear and effective manner, responsiveness to student needs, a concern for student learning, and innovative and creative teaching methods.”  These teaching awards are entirely student-run, and any professor or AI instructing an engineering, mathematics, or physics course is eligible.