Hopwood and Lasser recognized for teaching
During the School of Arts and Sciences' and the School of Engineering's final faculty meeting of the academic year, Tufts University lauded faculty members who achieved excellence in teaching, mentoring, advising, and service during academic year 2022-2023. Two faculty members from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Professor Jeffrey Hopwood and Professor of the Practice Ronald Lasser, were recognized for their teaching and advising.
Hopwood received the Seymour Simches Award for Distinguished Teaching and Advising, which is awarded annually to a senior member of the faculty of the School of Engineering and a senior member of the faculty of the School of Arts and Sciences. The award recognizes a lifetime of outstanding teaching and advising.
Lasser received the Henry and Madeline Fischer Award, which is awarded annually to a faculty member of the School of Engineering judged by graduating Engineering seniors to have been "Teacher of the Year". Recipients demonstrate teaching excellence, inspire and motivate students to rise to their best, and leave a lasting and gratifying memory of a special teacher and a profound intellectual experience. Lasser has received this award for seven years in a row, and was also recognized in 2009.
The School of Engineering and the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering congratulate Professors Hopwood and Lasser.
Department:Electrical and Computer Engineering