March 1, 2007
Dr. Stan Bullington was selected by a committee of engineering faculty and students as an inaugural inductee into the Bagley College of Engineering Academy of Distinguished Teachers. His selection for this significant distinction was based on the following criteria:
–Outstanding teachers engage students in the learning process and motivate students to succeed in the classroom as well as outside of the classroom.
–Outstanding teachers seek to use a variety of teaching methods to reach students regardless of their individual learning styles.
–Outstanding teachers are demanding but fair, clearly communicating their expectations for students and hold students to these expectations.
–Outstanding teachers challenge students at all levels in their classrooms and encourage collaborative learning among their students.
–Outstanding teachers engage in active assessment of the learning of their students and seek to improve their teaching to ensure even greater student learning in the future.
The students in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering routinely express their gratitude for having access to Professor Bullington. Students from other programs, both undergraduate and graduate, have also benefited from Dr. Bullington’s innovative approaches to their education. He is an exemplary and distinguished educator, and the ISE faculty and staff are delighted that Professor Bullington’s success and dedication to educating top caliber engineers has been recognized by the Academy. Congratulations, Stan!