iSchool instructors ranked as excellent

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Forty-one iSchool instructors were named in the University's List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent for Fall 2021. The rankings are released every semester, and results are based on the Instructor and Course Evaluation System (ICES) questionnaire forms maintained by Measurement and Evaluation in the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning. Only those instructors who gave out ICES forms during the semester and who released their data for publication are included in the list.

Faculty and instructors appearing on the list include Barbara Alvarez, Anne Barnhart, Stephanie Besser, Catherine Blake, Nigel Bosch, Bobby Bothmann, Emilie Butt, Anne Craig, Sarah Park Dahlen, Linda Diekman, J. Stephen Downie, Karen Egan, Jingrui He, Rebecca Hodson, Jeanne Holba-Puacz, Yun Huang, Jimi Jones, Katie Chamberlain Kritikos, Kathryn La Barre, Mark Lopez, Kristen Mattson, Kate McDowell, Benjamin Mead-Harvey, Jill Naiman, Melissa Newell, Melissa Ocepek, Judith Pintar, Zoe Revell, Yoo-Seong Song, Zachary Stier, Carol Tilley, Tony Torres, Kevin Trainor, Ted Underwood, John Weible, Karen Wickett, Kate Williams, Walter Wilson, Martin Wolske, Michael Wonderlich, and Melissa Wong.

Craig, Dahlen, Hodson, Kritikos, La Barre, Wonderlich, and Wong received the highest ranking of "outstanding."

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