THE BRONZE SPONGE TO KJETIL BJORVATN
Professor Kjetil Bjorvatn is described as engaging lecturer with tremendous knowledge of his field and for his pedagogical abilities and his efforts to include current issues in the curriculum.
From the Student Committee's statement:
"NHHS and the Student Committee have the honor of presenting the lecturer award on behalf of the bachelor students to Kjetil Bjorvatn for the course SAM2 –Microeconomics.
The recipient of this semester’s Bronze Sponge is described as an engaging lecturer with tremendous knowledge of his field. Bjorvatn is especially praised for his pedagogical abilities and his efforts to include current issues in the curriculum.
In addition to providing interesting and educational lectures, Bjorvatn has made the course innovative by introducing podcasts as a supplement to his teachings.
There is no doubt that Bjorvatn is doing an excellent job as a lecturer, and he is a worthy winner of the Bronze Sponge for Spring 2020."
THE BRONZE SPONGE
The Bronze Sponge was first awarded in 1972 to share an appreciation for lecturers that in the students’ eyes have made an extraordinary effort at teaching in bachelor courses.