Manher Jariwala receives 2015 Neu Family Award for Excellence in Teaching
May 06, 2015
Lecturer Manher Jariwala is the recipient of the 2015 Neu Family Award for Excellence in Teaching. The prize is awarded annually to faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences who exemplify deep and broad commitment, skill, effectiveness, impact, and leadership in teaching. In addition to being an outstanding classroom teacher in our introductory physics courses, Manher is a founder of the Learning Assistant program at BU, has mentored the new student-led PRISM peer mentoring program for freshmen physics majors, is a key participant in the University’s pedagogical innovation RULE program, and is an important contributor to the CIRTL initiative to train graduate students to be better teachers. Read more about the award here.