(Clockwise from upper left) Adeel Bhutta, Carol Chosky, Hamid Ekbia, Paul Macklin, Dirk Van Gucht, Patrick Shih, Allen Riddell, and Raquel Hill
Eight faculty members from the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering have been honored with the prestigious Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award.
The award honors faculty members who have a positive impact on learning through the direct teaching of students. They were nominated by each program for their teaching, research, and service to the school.
“Our students are trained to be the technology leaders of tomorrow, and the efforts and innovation of our outstanding faculty are one of the reasons SICE students can enter their career with the tools they need to make an immediate impact,” said Raj Acharya, dean of SICE. “The Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award is tangible recognition of the hard work and dedication of the faculty members who make SICE a leader.”
Recipients of the Trustees Teaching Award include Senior Lecturer Adeel Bhutta, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Informatics Raquel Hill, and Professor Dirk Van Gucht from the Department of Computer Science; Senior Lecturer Carol Chosky and Assistant Professor of Information Science Allen Riddell from the Department of Information and Library Science; Professor of Informatics, Cognitive Science, and International Studies Hamid Ekbia and Assistant Professor Patrick Shih from the Department of Informatics; and Associate Professor Paul Macklin from the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering.