Kaneb Cener's Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award

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

2021:  Kevin Lee, Sethupathy Subramanian

2020:  Saurabh Bansal, Orlando Gomez

2019:  Taegyun Kim, Vu Nguyen

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