Timo Seppälä received Prodeko Teacher of the Year Award

“Timo’s a knowledgeable and humorous approach to teaching draws students' attention to key issues in operations management time after time.”

Students of Industrial Engineering and Management (the Prodeko guild) yearly vote for the Teacher of the Year. The vote together with the comments were this year clearly for Timo Seppälä, who teaches the Operations Management and Operations Management Project courses and acts as a mentor for the students. Timo is Professor of Practice Digital Operations at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management.

"Interesting and inspiring lectures and plenty of knowledgeable examples."

"Best thesis instructor."

"Teacher cares for and supports his students."

Picture: Granted Professor of Practice Timo Seppälä the Teacher of the Year Award 2018. On the left Prodeko Guild Minister of Studies Sara Ikonen and on the right Prodeko President Olli Kiikkilä.

The award was handed over at the dinner of the third annual Prodeko Spring Seminar at Dipoli on Apri 27, 2018.

 

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