Students honor teachers for engaging, motivating lessons
Two members of the Journalism & Mass Communication faculty were honored recently by students for their teaching skills and personal support.
Assistant Professor Hun Shik Kim and adjunct instructor Noah Clark were honored at a banquet hosted by CU Leadership, Excellence, Achievement, and Diversity (CU-LEAD) Alliance. Clark was nominated by advertising student Favian Castillo, who told the gathering that Clark is a dedicated teacher who frequently helps students with their goals during and after class. Castillo said he has a wild imagination, and Clark taught him how to harness that creativity for his advertising projects, a skill that will help him succeed in the profession. Clark is creative director at the Boulder agency Victors & Spoils.
Kim was nominated by broadcast major Stacey Sams who said she him because he is passionate about teaching TV reporting, and he delivers an engaging learning environment.
(Photo: Student Stacey Sams told the CU-LEAD Alliance why she nominated Hun Shik Kim for the award.)