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Matt Lovell Named Outstanding Teacher of the Year by ASEE

Thursday, September 14, 2017
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Civil Engineering professor Matt Lovell was named 2017 Outstanding Teacher of the Year by the Illinois/Indiana section of the American Society of Engineering Education.

Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Matt Lovell was named 2017 Outstanding Teacher of the Year by the Illinois/Indiana section of the American Society of Engineering Education.

"It’s great to be recognized for something I do that I care very much about," Lovell says. "I'm very thankful for all the mentors who decided to invest in me and show me what a quality teacher looks like. If I've done anything good in the classroom, it's largely because I've had really good instructors in my life showing me what works and providing good advice on spending my time investing in students and really caring about students." 

The seventh-year Civil Engineering professor previously was awarded the Gerald R. Seeley Award by the ASEE for the Civil Engineering Division. He also was recognized for the Daniel V. Terrell Outstanding Paper, Region 4, by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Lovell, a 2006 Rose-Hulman graduate, recently added responsibilities as senior director for institutional research, planning and assessment (IRPA).