Computer Science Lecturer Jessica Dawson Receives Killam Teaching Prize

UBC Computer Science Lecturer Jessica Dawson is the recipient of a 2016-2017 UBC Faculty of Science Killam Teaching Prize, UBC’s most prestigious teaching award.  This award recognizes outstanding contributions to improving the teaching and learning environment in our undergraduate programs, and is awarded to a small handful of faculty members in Science each year. In addition to her achievements and enthusiasm for teaching in her own courses,  Jessica has made significant contributions through her collaborations with fellow faculty members on several course improvement efforts across the department in her role as a Science Teaching and Learning Fellow under the Carl Wieman initiative.  

Congratulations, Jessica!

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