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Jukka Luoma, Teacher of the Year 2020

The Prodeko Guild chose Assistant Professor Jukka Luoma as the Teacher of the Year 2020.
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Assistant Professor Jukka Luoma is an expert in data analytics and quantitative methods in strategic management and decision making. His teaching focuses on the use of data in business development and strategic management.

According to a student testimonial, Jukka’s teaching reflects a strong commitment to making teaching understandable, meaningful, interesting and topical. ’Outstanding, I never even knew that this kind of teaching exists,’ another student wrote.

Warmest congratulations to Jukka on this recognition!

The recognition is based on his long-term commitment to developing knowledge of the subject and an indication of his desire and phenomenal ability to advance university education.

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