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Johan Magnusson and Francisco Gomes receive the IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize!

News: Jun 14, 2019

Johan Magnusson and Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto are the receivers of the IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize.

Two very happy winners of the IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize 2019, Johan Magnusson and Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto, were awarded during the IT Faculty Spring Ceremony on 11 June, 2019. Johan and Francisco got the award for their creative and committed efforts for different educations within the IT Faculty.

Nomination text for Johan Magnusson, IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize 2019:

Johan Magnusson, pedagogisk pristagare, håller tal

"Johan Magnusson is awarded the IT Faculty Pedagogical prize for his contribution as a creative and committed teacher in the Bachelor's programme  Systemvetenskap: IT, människa, organisation, and in the Master's programme in Digital Leadership. As an exampl – within the framework of the course Governance for digital ability – Johan made it possible for students to start positions as qualified trainees in various organisations. In 2018 CEVT was the host organisation, and in 2019 Länsstyrelsen is the trainee host.

The students' task during their trainee period is to leave suggestions on improved digital control, based on the latest research. The students have a consultative role and produce basis for decisions, that can lead to a concrete change of the digital control."

Nomination text for Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto, IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize 2019:

Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto

"Francisco Gomes de Oliveira Neto has introduced extracurricular ways of learning through his support of the student associations at both departments, the CTRL-ALT-team and SKIP, where he has enabled the students to organize hackathons with industry partners like Ericsson AB and Inceptive AB.

Francisco is an extremely pedagogical and patient teacher who never ceases to go above and beyond for his students. He is teaching us everything we need to know when it comes to foundations in software engineering, putting a lot of personal time in struggling students, and doing all this with a sense of humour, fairness and charisma.”

 

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