Dr. Noah Sobe Recipient of 2011 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching
Dr. Noah Sobe, Associate Professor, has been awarded the School of Education’s inaugural Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Sobe received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and joined the SOE in 2004. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the Cultural and Educational Policy Studies programs where his courses are known for their intellectual rigor. Dr. Sobe has mentored many M.A. and Ph.D. students to become published authors and fine instructors. His scholarship, on globalization and education, has greatly informed his teaching, and he has published several book chapters with his students. Based on a compelling body of evidence of his excellence as a teacher and mentor, Dr. Noah Sobe has been very deservingly selected as the recipient of the 2011 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching.