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Delphi Center honors students' favorite faculty

by UofL Today last modified Nov 17, 2011 02:59 PM

The Delphi Center for teaching and learning shined the spotlight on student-nominated faculty favorites Nov. 7 at a special event at the University Club.

Delphi Center honors students' favorite faculty

The Delphi Center created a word cloud to represent students' comments.

Last fall and spring, the Delphi Center received 532 student nominations for 281 faculty favorites from across the university.

Here are the top 11:

  • Rhonda Buchanan, classical and modern languages, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Julia Chariker, psychological and brain sciences, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Thomas Dumstorf, classical and modern languages, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Ricky Jones, pan-African studies, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Mark Noble, chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Christine Rich, chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Penny Howell, teaching and learning, College of Education and Human Development
  • Gale Crush, engineering fundamentals, JB Speed School of Engineering
  • Gail DePuy, industrial engineering, JB Speed School of Engineering
  • Roman Yampolskiy, computer engineering and computer science, JB Speed School of Engineering
  • Bomi Lee, ensembles and conducting division, School of Music

See the entire list and student comments.

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