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Ellen Noonan Wins CSSH Outstanding Teaching Award

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We are proud to announce that Ellen Noonan, Associate Teaching Professor in English, has won a 2019-2020 Outstanding Teaching Award from the College of Social Sciences and Humanities. From the CSSH website:

“The college recognizes Ellen Noonan as an exceptional teacher of writing and creative writing who facilitates inclusive spaces where students become collaborators and co-creators. The committee was impressed with the sheer magnitude, breadth and depth of her impact on student learning.  She has developed and taught many courses, and she has contributed to the department, the college, and the university in a variety of service roles. Her desire for continuous improvement shows her deep commitment to teaching and learning that equips students with much needed skills in both self-expression and self-reflection. Her creative assignments and peer workshop methods are equally impressive.”

Congratulations to Prof. Noonan on this much-deserved award!

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