Alex Huynh is an Arts PhD student in the department of Psychology. Students and faculty members recognized him as being approachable, innovative, and dedicated. A student remarked that “he is able to make the material relatable and interesting . . . [he is] always able to clarify any questions or concerns.” Another undergraduate student commented on his demeanour in the classroom, saying that “his presence in the class made him a good instructor.” “He was one of the best [instructors] I have ever had.” A graduate student added that “he manages to maintain a clear sense of professionalism, while also being very approachable when engaged with his students.” Huynh has also been described by faculty members as “an innovative and dedicated educator who truly cares about student learning.” Huynh continues to keep his classes informative, relatable, and engaging.
Huynh has been an instructor for PSYCH 349R, as well as a teaching assistant for PSYCH 253, PSYCH 353, PSYCH 354, and PSYCH 355.
Originally published by the Centre for Learning Excelence.