NEW YORK, NY, December 26, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Jinsook Erin Cho, a professor in Strategic Design Management at Parsons, recently took a few minutes to look back at her many awards and accomplishments. Of those accomplishments, Jinsook Erin Cho
's proudest moment came when she was presented with the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2009.
The Distinguished Teaching Award is one of the highest honors a professor at the New School can receive. Each year, the university recognizes a small number of faculty members and teachers with the award. Recipients are nominated by students and colleagues.
The official school website says the following about recipients of the Distinguished Teaching Award: "These faculty members embody the highest standards for teaching. Above all, they demonstrate a passion for teaching and a remarkable capacity to impart knowledge and inspire critical engagement with ideas and with the world."
Jinsook Erin Cho
was one of four award winners in 2009. The others were Lisa R. Rubin, Susan Shapiro, and Mary Watson. Each of these four award winners met strict requirements and criteria. "Because I understand how serious the university takes this award, and I've seen the requirements, it means so much to me," she said. "Even now, four years later, I look back and fondly remember what it felt like to receive that award. It's as if all my hard work and sacrifice paid off," she continued.
In the four years since Jinsook Erin Cho was presented with the award, she has done much.
Jinsook Erin Cho
has participated in a number of different projects, including the E-Waste Management Strategy of Global Multinationals from Trans-Disciplinary Design Approaches. She has also spoken and presented at a number of symposiums, conventions, and lectures, and participated in a variety of different editorial boards.About:
Jinsook Erin Cho is a distinguished professor and researcher at Parsons, The New School of Design.