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Silvia Prina awarded Outstanding Teaching Award

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Associate Professor of Economics Silvia Prina will be awarded the Outstanding Teaching Award by the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 4.

Silvia Prina teaches a broad range of courses, including a very popular Behavioral Economics course that she created based on student demand. Her teaching is creative and engaging, incorporating a range of activities, experiential learning, and real-world data science. Beyond the classroom she is also an avid mentor, helping students through job interview processes and working with them closely as her research assistants. Several of her students have won PEAK awards under her guidance.

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