Dr. Dian He Awarded 2021 School of Arts & Sciences Award for Teaching Excellence
The 2021 School of Arts & Sciences Award for Teaching Excellence has been awarded to Dian He, Ph.D. for his extraordinary efforts in training Holy Family University faculty on teleconferencing platforms and hardware in order to help make the Fall 2020 semester a better virtual experience for students and faculty.
He’s contributions to helping the faculty in the School of Arts & Sciences become better virtual teachers included sharing his knowledge with his peers related to various features of the remote teaching experience, including white boards and managing chat streams during a live class.
The School of Arts & Sciences Award is given annually to a faculty member in Holy Family University’s School of Arts & Sciences who has demonstrated excellence in teaching and has demonstrated a commitment to quality teaching in the school. Leadership of School of Arts & Sciences select the award recipient each year. The award was made at the April School of Arts & Sciences Faculty Meeting, which was held virtually on April 6.
“I am honored to receive the 2021 School of Arts & Sciences Award for Teaching Excellence,” said He. “This was a hard year for everyone due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all forced into remote teaching with little preparation. I did what I could by sharing my technology expertise with my fellow colleagues to help them to do what they do best—teaching. I want to express my sincere thanks to Dean Robbins and all my colleagues for their support and cooperation to get through this tough time, and we are now much better prepared for the future.”