Brad Bell awarded President's Teaching Award
April 7, 2015
Associate Professor of Architecture Bradley Bell has been awarded the President's Teaching Award (Tenured Category) from the Academy of Distinguished Teachers. The award is given in recognition of Professor Bell's achievements as an educator and his devotion to the educational mission of The University of Texas at Arlington.
In addition to his teaching duties, Professor Bell serves as the Director of the Digital Architecture Research Consortium (DARC) at UT Arlington. He is co-Director of TEX-FAB, a non-profit organization that provides a platform for education on digital fabrications and is also a Principal at TOPOCAST LAB. He serves on the board of directors for ACADIA and is a founder and member of the board of directors for the Digital Fabrication Network.
Inaugurated in 1996, the Academy of Distinguished Teachers is comprised of tenured faculty at UT Arlington who have been selected for membership for their outstanding teaching, personal commitment to students and the learning process, and the ability to inspire and motivate students. The Academy's mission is to reflect, encourage, and help sustain pedagogical excellence at UT Arlington by serving as role models for their colleagues, fostering research on university teaching and learning, and advising the institution on teaching policies and practices.
Winners of UT Arlington's 2015 teaching honors will be recognized at the Spring Meeting of the University Faculty and Associates on Tuesday, May 5th at 4:00 PM in the Rio Grande Ballroom of the E. H. Hereford University Center.