Description

The annual Kaneb Cener's Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award recognizes graduate student instructors and TAs who demonstrate excellence in the classroom or teaching laboratory.

The Award

The award consists of a certificate from the Kaneb Center, a letter documenting the award for the graduate student’s file, an honorarium, and an invitation to a formal dinner hosted by the Kaneb Center and the Graduate School.

Past Award Recipients from the Department of Physics

2018:  Sarah Dietz, Kevin Howard, Trevor Sprouse

2017:  Samuel Henderson, Craig Reingold

2016: Bryce Frentz

2015: Nabarum Dev, Fatemeh Elahi

2014: Allison Showalter

2013: William Bauder , Karen Ostdiek, Allison Showalter

2012: Brendan Benapfl, Danielle McDermott, Bryan Ostdiek

2011: Laura Kinnaman, Dipanjan Ray

2010: Akaa Ayangeakaa, Ayan Paul, Ali Snedden

2009: Douglas Berry, Michelle Dolan, Robert Higginbotham, Qian Li, James Matta, Johanna Olson

2008: Matthew Becker, Matthew Bowers, Andrew Dreyfuss, Antonio Kontos, Georgios Magkotsios, Nan Sun

2007: Nicholas Blumm, Brian Bucher, Cesar Hidalgo. Daniel Robertson, Matthew Smylie, Xinghai Zhao

2006: William Zech, Yaya Chu, Lisa DeBeer Schmidt, Yang Liu, Richard DeBoer, Ian Bentley

2005: Mary L. Beard, Joseph P. Bychowski, Kyle Knoepfel, Paul J. LeBlanc, Christopher J. Schmitt, Barbara J. Truett

2004: Tao Li, Stephen A. Luke, Istvan Robel, Xinghai Zhao

2003: Donald G. Benson, Jr., Joseph Gallagher, Joe R. Haywood, Hung-Cheuk Ho

2002: Igor F. DeVasconcelos, Jason E. Lennon, Mark Zajac