Christina Benson a finalist in Master Teacher competition
Christina Benson, assistant professor of business law in the Love School of Business, has been selected as a finalist in the Academy of Legal Studies in Business Master Teacher Competition.
The Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Competition highlights the best classroom teaching as it incorporates new or evolving course subject matter, cultural shifts, advances in pedagogy and/or advances in teaching technology.
Benson’s proposal, “Sustainable Companies—Walking the Talk or Greenwashing?: Framework for Incorporating Business Sustainability Themes into a Legal Environment Course,” was among four selected in a double-blind peer-reviewed submission process. She’ll give her presentation during a teaching symposium at the ALSB's annual conference in Richmond in August.