ECE Chooses Three Student Nominees for CTL Teaching Event

Atlanta, GA
Olatide Omojaro

Olatide Omojaro

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Olatide Omojaro, Bige Deniz Unluturk, and Sizhuang Liang have been selected as the nominees from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) for teaching awards presented by Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

All three students have been invited to submit to a competition to select the overall campus recipients for CTL's Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award, Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, and Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.   

Omojaro is ECE’s nominee for CTL’s Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award. He is being recognized for his work as an undergraduate TA for ECE 2035 Programming Hardware/Software Systems, taught by ECE Associate Professor Linda M. Wills. Omojaro is a senior majoring in computer engineering.

Unluturk is ECE’s nominee for CTL’s Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award. She is being recognized for her work as a graduate student instructor for ECE 3710 Circuits and Electronics; these sections are led by ECE Academic Professional Joyelle Harris. Unluturk is a Ph.D. student who works in the Broadband and Wireless Networking Lab and is advised by Ian F. Akyildiz, the Ken Byers Professor in Telecommunications.

Liang is ECE’s nominee for CTL’s Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award. He is being recognized for his work as a graduate teaching assistant for ECE 3084 Signals and Systems, taught by ECE Associate Professor Matthieu Bloch. He is also being recognized for CETL 8000 Graduate Teaching Assistant Preparation; these sections are led by ECE Academic Professional Daniela Staiculescu. Liang is a Ph.D. student who works in the Communications Assurance and Performance Group; he is advised by Raheem A. Beyah, the Interim Steve W. Chaddick School Chair and Motorola Foundation Professor.

Omojaro, Unluturk, and Liang will all be recognized at CTL’s TA and Future Faculty Awards Day to be held on April 17 from 4-6 pm at the Student Success Center. At this event, all of the school level nominees will be recognized and the names of the three campus wide award winners will be announced for CTL’s Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award, Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, and Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.

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