ly and from multiple perspectives. ”
Wattiaux teaches an undergraduate seminar, a dairy husbandry practicum, courses on ruminant nutrition and environmental impact of livestock management, and an international agricultural seminar that includes a study tour in Mexico. He also co-teaches a graduate-level course on learning theories and effective teaching strategies, and has presented at teaching conferences.
Wattiaux has also received the UW-Madison Chancellor”s Distinguished Teaching Award, the UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Jung Teaching Award and the American Dairy Science Association Excellence in Dairy Science Teaching Award.
“Both Teri and Michel represent college-level teaching at its best,” says Irwin Goldman, interim dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. “With their passion for teaching, eagerness to innovate in the classroom and efforts to help other teachers improve their skills, they raise the quality of teaching not just in their own classrooms, but across campus and beyond.