David Langlois ‘15 awarded the Teach. Award at Boston University’s School of Public Health

David Langlois ‘15 is a digital learning designer in the Office of Lifelong Learning at the Boston University’s School of Public Health. He received the Teach. Award. The Teach. Award is presented to an individual who has taken ownership of key concerns and needs, acted on opportunities, solved problems, or brought people and resources together to make processes at SPH more efficient and accessible for others.  

Langlois was instrumental in teaching, learning, and creating online programming to help the SPH function during the COVID-19 pandemic. He has played a crucial role in helping faculty members adapt to an online or hybrid format, setting up open office hours for those wanting more training and instruction in the virtual learning environment. In addition to his assistance in setting the faculty up for success Langlois has taken on the role of mentor, teaching new staff how to transition into their department with ease.  

Langlois was highly praised by colleagues in his nomination letters. “I am so impressed with how quickly and seamlessly David has stepped up as a leader in teaching on our team and across all of SPH.” 


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