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Bradley Honored for Teaching Excellence

Posted on October 31st, 2012

IIHR Research Engineer A. Allen Bradley has been chosen to receive the 2012 President and Provost Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of outstanding teaching. Bradley was one of four UI faculty members to receive the honor.

Bradley, who is also a professor of civil and environmental engineering, has taught courses across the engineering curriculum, including upper-level courses, required major courses, and engineering core courses. By the second week of classes, he knows the names and faces of students in his classes, an impressive accomplishment considering he teaches two sections of Engineering Problem Solving I, each with more than 100 students. One student wrote, “Professor Bradley … is genuinely concerned whether students understand the material presented and will take time out of his day to sit down with you and help you.”

Bradley also serves as faculty advisor for the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and he takes an active part in the chapter’s activities. In 2011, Bradley won the College of Engineering’s Faculty Excellence Award for Teaching, and was selected by graduating seniors as the civil and environmental engineering faculty member who had the greatest impact on their education.

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