News: Jenny Strakovsky Wins CTL’s Innovation in Co-curricular Education Award
Posted April 29, 2020
Congratulations to Jenny Strakovsky, Assistant Director of Graduate Programs and Career Education at the School of Modern Languages, for winning the Center for Teaching and Learning’s “Innovation in Co-curricular Education Award.”
This award is open to full-time faculty of any rank who increase student learning outside the traditional curriculum and help Georgia Tech achieve its strategic goal of graduating global citizens who can contribute to all sectors of society. Initiatives may involve formal or informal out-of-class learning experiences that engage undergraduate and/or graduate students in opportunities to develop respect for other cultures, explore the leadership qualities and ethical behaviors necessary to contribute to society, and/or build on their innovative and entrepreneurial talents in order to have a positive impact on local, state, national and/or international arenas. The award recipient receives $3,000, and only one winner is selected each year.
Visit relevant pages/articles below to learn more about Strakovsky’s involvement in innovative programming and initiatives to graduate global citizens.
- Innovative Career Course Features Cross-Cultural Studies, Importance of Humanities
- Georgia Tech Leads Innovation of Humanities After Winning GT Fire Grant
- Graduate Program Inaugural Class Changing the Conversation At Home and Abroad
- Global Career Lab
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