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Howard Anderson, one of three Outstanding Teachers.
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Howard Anderson, one of three Outstanding Teachers.
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One of the three Outstanding Teachers, Sugata Roychowdhury.
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One of the three Outstanding Teachers, Sugata Roychowdhury.
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Left to right, Jordi de los Pinos, Melissa King and Carlos Molina Zamora, the three Outstanding Teaching Assistants.
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Left to right, Jordi de los Pinos, Melissa King and Carlos Molina Zamora, the three Outstanding Teaching Assistants.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching winner Kristin Forbes.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching winner Kristin Forbes.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching winner Rick Locke.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching winner Rick Locke.
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Retsef Levi, one of three Outstanding Teachers.
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Retsef Levi, one of three Outstanding Teachers.
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Sloan Teachers of the Year, Arnold Barnett (left) and Terry Heagney.
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Sloan Teachers of the Year, Arnold Barnett (left) and Terry Heagney.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching--funded by a generous gift from J. Burgess Jamieson, Class of 1962, is annually given to two MIT Sloan faculty members, and two EECS faculty members for their contribution to teaching excellence.
- Associate Professor Kristin J. Forbes
- Professor Richard M. Locke

Teacher of the Year--MIT Sloan 18th Annual Excellence in Teaching Awards, which are chosen based on students' nominations. The final recipients are chosen based on the quantity and quality of their nominations
- George Eastman Professor of Management Science Arnold Barnett
- Lecturer Terry Heagney

Outstanding Teacher
- Bill Porter Professor of Entrepreneurship Howard Anderson
- Robert Noyce Engineering Career Development Professor Retsef Levi
- Theodore T. Miller Career Development Professor Sugata Roychowdhury

Outstanding Teaching Assistant
- TA for 15.060: Melissa King G, Tulsa, Okla.
- TA for 15.010: Carlos Molina Zamora G, Madrid, Spain
- TA for 15.060: Jordi de los Pinos G, Barcelona, Spain

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 4, 2008 (download PDF).

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