Engineering faculty recognized for excellence in teaching

The Stanford chapter of Tau Beta Pi, an engineering honor society, has announced the inaugural “Teaching Honor Roll,” which recognizes the teaching of 12 educators in the School of Engineering.

Jennifer Dionne
Jennifer Dionne is among the School of Engineering faculty members recognized for teaching excellence.

Selection criteria include great teaching, extraordinary inspiration to study a topic, outstanding mentoring and particularly creative lecturing. Any undergraduate in the School of Engineering can nominate an instructor.

The 2017 honorees in the Tau Beta Pi Teaching Honor Roll are:

  • JOHN BARTON, Civil and Environmental Engineering, nominated by Nikhil Chaudhuri
  • STEPHEN BOYD, Electrical Engineering, nominated by Rebecca Wong
  • JENNIFER DIONNE, Materials Science and Engineering, nominated by Derek Wang
  • MYKEL KOCHENDERFER, Aeronautics and Astronautics, nominated by Kat Gregory
  • PERCY LIANG, Computer Science, nominated by Darren Hau
  • REZA MAHALATI, Electrical Engineering, nominated by Thomas Teisberg
  • PAUL MITIGUY, Mechanical Engineering, nominated by Marina Dimitrov
  • PARVIZ MOIN, Mechanical Engineering, nominated by Andy Ylitalo
  • RAHUL PRABALA, Electrical Engineering, nominated by Wendy Li
  • MANU PRAKASH, Bioengineering, nominated by Michael Becich
  • TIM ROUGHGARDEN, Computer Science, nominated by Vihan Lakshman and Prasanna Ramakrishnan
  • KEITH SCHWARZ, Computer Science, nominated by Jeremy Marcelo

Read the entire story on the Teaching Honor Roll on the School of Engineering website.