EE Professor Scott Hauck has been honored with a 2010 Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Washington.
From the award announcement: “Scott Hauck has a natural talent in the classroom to enhance the student experience. He cares deeply about how his students are learning and continuously works to improve his teaching style through the incorporation of new instructional techniques and peer evaluations. As a result, he published what he has learned and how these teaching methods, such as the application of active learning, can contribute to a student’s learning process. Clearly, his dedication, commitment and passion for students is a strong indication of character as an educator. In addition to his teaching commitment, Hauck is a mentor to junior faculty, even holding weekly lunch meetings with a group of untenured faculty where they discuss various topics including funding, teaching, lab space, student concerns, and time management.”
A list of all award winners can be found on the UW Academic Affairs website.
We would like to congratulate Scott on receiving this well-deserved honor!