Zelig Fok Awarded MacQuigg Award for Outstanding Teaching
Lecturer in the Architecture Section and 2021–22 Howard E. LeFevre ’29 Emerging Practitioner Fellow Zelig Fok has been awarded the MacQuigg Award for Outstanding Teaching as part of the Spring 2023 College of Engineering Faculty Awards Ceremony. Named for the late engineering dean, the Charles E. MacQuigg Award for Outstanding Teaching is presented annually in recognition of faculty members’ outstanding teaching ability, willingness to help students, and interest in improving the high reputation of the College of Engineering.
Zelig Fok is a lecturer in the Architecture Section at the Knowlton School and the 2021–22 Howard E. LeFevre ’29 Emerging Practitioner Fellow. Fok is an architectural designer, photographer, and educator. Prior to the LeFevre, he was awarded teaching fellowships at Yale and was the recipient of the David M. Schwarz Research Travel Fellowship in 2019 and has worked as a project manager in production and exhibition design at Supermatic Studio and as an architectural photographer.