Congratulations to Professor Scott Bucking for winning a 2018 Teaching Achievement award. Bucking was recognized for his design-build of a net-zero energy tiny home called the Northern Nomad. The project hired 10 undergraduate students from several disciplines of architecture and engineering.
Read more about the Northern Nomad project here.
The Teaching Achievement Awards administered by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) recognizes excellence in teaching for faculty and instructor employees and to provide financial support for the development of an innovative teaching project at Carleton University. Read more about the Teaching Achievement Awards here.
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