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DIT School of Computing lecturer wins National Teaching Hero Award

Posted: 14 October, 2016

Dr. Luca Longo, a lecturer in DIT School of Computing, has won this year's National Teaching Hero Award.

Jointly run by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and the Union of Students in Ireland, this is the second round of these national awards designed “to engage and empower students in defining, identifying and celebrating impactful teaching”. The Teaching Hero campaign 2016 focuses on innovative, creative and inspiring teaching and its impact on student learning.

Dr. Longo was selected from over 800 nominees and will receive his award at a ceremony in Dublin Castle on 27th October 2016. This is the second time a lecturer from the DIT School of Computing has won a National Teaching Hero award - Dr. Bryan Duggan won the Award in 2014. 

More information available at:

http://www.teachingandlearning.ie/priority-themes/student-led-teaching-awards/teaching-hero-awards-2016/teaching-heroes-2016/