Hua Wang, an assistant professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech, has been named to the 2013 Class of 1969 Teaching Fellows Program. This program is offered to a small group of professors each year by the Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning.
The Class of 1969 Teaching Fellows Program is designed for early career professionals who want to develop their full teaching potential. During this academic-year-long experience, the Teaching Fellows will explore various aspects of teaching and learning in weekly seminars, receive private assistance with teaching, and undertake a project to improve student learning in one of their courses.
Dr. Wang joined the ECE faculty in January 2012, and he is a member of the electronic design and applications and the bioengineering technical interest groups. He has taught both undergraduate and graduate level electronics courses that have been enthusiastically received by ECE students. In the research arena, he is interested in developing mixed-signal, RF, and millimeter-wave integrated systems for wireless communication and bioelectronics applications.
“I believe the essence of teaching is more than passing the knowns to the next generation. It should also involve mentoring the students to establish their independence, passion, and creativity to explore the unknowns in the future,” Dr. Wang said. “I believe this program is a perfect opportunity for me to develop a stronger foundation for teaching. I also look forward to meeting the other teaching fellows and sharing our passion for teaching and our desire to create positive classroom experiences for our students.”
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Last revised August 1, 2017