Joe Le Doux’s philosophy to teaching his classes in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University is, “connection before content.”
Currently executive director for Training and Learning in the Coulter Department, Le Doux has won number awards for his teaching curriculum.
But these are challenging times on campus for both students and faculty at Georgia Tech. Classes are mostly remote, and if hybrid classes are offered, very few students show up in-person, opting instead for the safety of their dorm rooms.
The College of Engineering at Georgia Tech recently profiled Le Doux and several of his colleagues, spotlighting four classes that were successfully taught this semester, largely due to the care and commitment of the professors.
Read the whole story on the College of Engineering website, right here.