William Guilford, recipient of the 2014 Hartfield Teaching Prize, makes learning engineering a hands-on process for his students

July 2, 2015

William Guilford, associate professor of biomedical engineering at U.Va., was the recipient of the 2014 Hartfield Teaching Prize, which is a faculty award issued by the Foundation every year. His unique approach to teaching continues to earn respect across the University. Read more about his unique teaching style here.



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