Martin Hogue Receives Teaching Award
Cited for dedication to students, professionalism
Martin Hogue, visiting associate professor at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), received the 2017 ESF College Foundation Award for Exceptional Achievement in Teaching.
A member of the landscape architecture faculty since 2010, Hogue is trained as an architect and landscape architect. His works primarily with analytical drawings as a mode of inquiry, his research explores the notion of "site" as a cultural construction.
The Award recognizes Hogue's dedication to his students and the "transformative effect" he has on them. His professionalism and expertise in visual communication and design were also noted during the award presentation.
The Foundation Award was established in 1999 to celebrate the accomplishments of ESF faculty members who have achieved excellence in their teaching responsibilities.
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