ASC Outstanding Graduate Associate Teaching Award
This award was originated by the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council and recognizes a College of Arts and Sciences graduate teaching associate (GTA) for excellence in teaching. This award is unique in that the entire award process is administered by the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council. Only undergraduate students may submit nominations. The Arts and Sciences Student Council reviews CVs and SEI scores, interviews nominees, visits classes, and makes the final selection. Previous College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Graduate Associate Teaching Award recipients are not eligible for this award. A one-time award of $500 is provided annually.
Contact Person: Ann Rottersman, Director of Student Programs.
Current Recipient: Duncan Clark, Department of Mathematics
Previous Recipients 2010 - present:
2016 – 2017 Duncan Clark, Department of Mathematics
2015 - 2016 Geoffrey Durso, Department of Psychology
2014 - 2015 Krista Cunningham, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
2013 - 2014 Eric Egan, Department of Psychology
2012 - 2013 George K. Chow, Department of Design
2011 – 2012 James Collier, School of Communication
2010 - 2011 Adam Ahmed, Physics
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