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Cho Awarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant Appreciation Award from Pi Tau Sigma

Cho Awarded Outstanding Teaching Assistant Appreciation Award from Pi Tau Sigma

Seungmin Cho received the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from Pi Tau Sigma President Mike Liszka at the Fall 2004 Initiation Celebration Event. Cho was honored for being a great teacher’s assistant.

The Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award is given out at the end of the fall and spring semesters. The recipient is awarded a plaque, monetary award, and long-term recognition in the form of an additional engraved plaque that is on permanent display. The names of future winners will be added to this plaque in the future.

Pi Tau Sigma is the honorary mechanical engineers’ society for undergraduate students at the University of Maryland. Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jungho Kim is the faculty advisor for the organization.

February 15, 2005


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