Dr. James Wallace Receives Faculty Award

Dr. James Wallace Receives Faculty Award

Dr. James Wallace Receives Faculty Award

Dr. James Wallace, professor of mechanical engineering and the director of the Gemstone Program received the 2004 University System of Maryland Regents' Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching.

This award is a recognition of Wallace's dedication to improving the quality of education offered to our students through excellence in classroom instruction, innovation in curricular development, dedication to mentoring, and leadership in campus-wide academic programs.

As director of the Gemstone Program, an invitation-only program for top performing students who work in cross-disciplinary teams tackling complex research problems, he has taken this great program and moved it to a higher level of quality and distinction.

March 10, 2004


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