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Santa Clara University 2017-2018 School of Engineering Faculty Award – Paul Semenza, Adjunct Lecturer of the Year, Engineering Management and Leadership

Paul Semenza has been teaching in the School of Engineering’s Engineering Management and Leadership program for just two years, but in that time the Tufts and Harvard University-educated adjunct professor has made a lasting impression on his students. Bringing to the classroom his career experience as technology market and technology analyst manager, he shares his deep understanding of global technology industries and supply chains, market dynamics, economics, and technology policy. Students laud the group projects and case studies from Google, Intel and other industry leaders included in his teaching as helping them understand how the concepts they learn in class relate to real world scenarios. He is also praised for being collaborative, open minded, helpful, patient, and an excellent listener—traits that encourage learning, positivity, and acceptance in his classroom.

Source: Santa Clara University

Link: https://www.scu.edu/engineering/stories/award-winners/2017-2018-engineering-faculty-awards-announced.html