CTI Seminar Leader, Joanne Robinson, Received Prestigious Teaching Award

CTI Seminar Leader and UNC Charlotte Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Joanne Robinson, received the UNC Board of Governors Award of Teaching Excellence.  The award will be presented formally by a Board of Governors member during the spring graduation ceremony at UNC Charlotte.  Additionally, Joanne was the 2012 recipient of the Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence, UNC Charlotte’s highest teaching honor.

In 2011 Joanne led the CTI seminar titled, “Exploring Big Questions.”  Fellows approached a variety of topics through the lens of philosophical inquiry addressing questions such as “What makes something true?”, “Are numbers and people real in the same way?”, and “Would it be good to live forever?”

Congratulations, Joanne!  CTI is very proud of your accomplishments!

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