Clark School Home UMD

ISR News Story

Liu Named Fellow of the Academy of Excellence in Teaching and Learning

Prof. K. J. Ray Liu
Prof. K. J. Ray Liu

Dr. K. J. Ray Liu, ECE Associate Chair for Graduate Studies and Research and Professor (ECE/ISR), was selected to become a Fellow of the Academy of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (AETL) at the University of Maryland, starting Fall 2007.

AETL was created in November 2000 by a faculty-led initiative to build a community of scholars committed to fostering a culture of excellence in teaching and learning. The group serves as an advisory body to the Provost and the campus leadership on a broad range of issues pertaining to teaching and learning, promoting scholarly dialogues, innovative projects, and educational excellence and scholarship. Ray Liu joins a group of 33 AETL Fellows, including Professor Anthony Ephremides (ECE/ISR).

For more information, visit the AETL website at http://www.aetl.umd.edu/.

May 25, 2007


Prev   Next

 

 

Current Headlines

Can Cascading Pools Help Restore the Chesapeake Bay?

Maryland students place third in autonomous drone race

Bhattacharyya awarded NIH Grant to Explore Real-time Neural Decoding for Calcium Imaging

UMD Transportation Experts Awarded $1 Million DOE Grant to Reduce Transportation Energy Use and Emissions

With Engineering Projects, UMD Students Seek to Boost Education Access, Public Health, and Sustainability

Maryland Robotics Center students participate in FAA STEM outreach event

Shoukry, Krishnaprasad receive NSF grant for resilient-by-cognition cyber-physical systems

Maryland Robotics Center sponsors grad student project on robotics in farming

UMD researchers awarded $1M NSF grant to develop new methods to generate single photons for quantum research

NSF funds Shamma, Espy-Wilson for neuromorphic and data-driven speech segregation research

News Resources

Return to Newsroom

Search News

Archived News

Events Resources

Events Calendar