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Savkar and Cavanaugh (first and second from the right) pose with Professor Lozano-Robledo and Provost Choi (first and second from the left).

Amit Savkar, Associate Professor in Residence, has been named a Teaching Fellow by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).

The nominees for this award are limited to full-time faculty with 5 years continuous service at the University. The individuals considered for this recognition show a commitment to teaching, demonstrated knowledge of educational pedagogy, and an interest in fostering innovative teaching practices at the University.

This year, up to two Teaching Fellows will be honored and each will be awarded a stipend of $5,000.

Separately, Marianne Cavanaugh has been awarded this year’s CETL Outstanding Adjunct.

The nominees for this award are limited to adjunct faculty with teaching service to the University. The individuals considered for this recognition show a commitment to teaching, demonstrated knowledge of educational pedagogy, and an interest in fostering innovative teaching practices at the University.

It is intended that up to two such Outstanding Adjuncts will be honored and each awarded a stipend of $2,500.

The awards were presented at the CETL Reception on April 26.