UW-Bothell names Gillespie recipient of 2010 Distinguished Teaching Award

The University of Washington, Bothell has named Dr. Diane Gillespie as recipient of its 2010 Distinguished Teaching Award.

Of her award Dr. Gillespie says, “It means a lot. If you are a person who is conscionable about teaching and it is a true calling to you — a real, true calling — to be recognized for what you love to do ... there’s just nothing like it.”

Dr. Gillespie joined the UW-Bothell faculty in 1998 as a professor in the interdisciplinary arts and sciences program. During this time she has taught courses as diverse as community psychology, qualitative research methods and interactive learning: theory and practice.

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