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Teaching excellence

Michael Stroscio

“If there’s anything distinctive about my classroom teaching, it’s that it tends to be interdisciplinary, and it tries to help students make the transition between the classroom and the lab,” says Michael Stroscio, Richard and Loan Hill Professor and UIC Distinguished Professor of electrical and computer engineering and of bioengineering. Photo: Jenny Fontaine

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Each year, UIC honors some of its most dedicated and outstanding teachers with the Award for Excellence in Teaching. The winners, who receive a $5,000 salary increase, are selected by past recipients of the award from nominations made by departments and colleges.

Read about this year’s winners:

Shelby Cosner, educational policy studies

Robert Johnston, history

Elizabeth Peterson, occupational therapy

Michael Stroscio, engineering