USC College Faculty Member Wins Prize for Teaching with Testimony
May 10, 2010
Colin Keaveny, assistant professor in the department of French and Italian at the University of Southern California, won the Provost’s Prize for Teaching with Technology for making educational use of testimony from the Institute’s archive.
The prize recognizes faculty achievements in teaching and learning through the integration of technology into courses and curricula. Keaveny was honored for integrating French-language testimony into “Paris as Seen by Writers, Filmmakers and Photographers,” a literature course he teaches at USC.