Graduate Teaching Excellence Awards

College of Science and Management (CSAM)
Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award

Each year, the College of Science and Management (CSAM) presents one award to a graduate student who has taught courses in the college during the current academic year. The recipient of the award is publicly acknowledged and receives a monetary prize.

Five students must nominate the candidate, and provide a detailed letter that:
  • identifies why they believe the teaching assistant is an exceptional teacher
  • demonstrates the clarity and effectiveness of the nominee’s instructions and assistance
  • describes how the nominee motivates and inspires students

College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences (CASHS)
Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award

The CASHS Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award recognizes the achievement of graduate instructors and graduate teaching assistants in CASHS courses.   Two awards will be conferred each year, one for those graduate instructors/TAs teaching in the Fall semester and one for those teaching in the Winter Semester.

Graduate Instructors/TAs will be nominated by their students. Five students (minimum) must sign the nomination form. 

For additional information contact the Office of the Dean of CSAM at local 5700.