We seek to reward excellence in teaching in a variety of instructional settings and at a range of different course levels. Each department or program may nominate up to two assistants in instruction (or those engaged in a Mentored Teaching Experience).
- The student must be enrolled full time as a graduate student in any A&S graduate program during the 2022-2023 academic year.
- The student must be in good academic standing and making progress in the degree program.
- During the calendar year 2022 (SP22 & FL22) the student must have had significant responsibility for student instruction in a regularly scheduled course in the College of Arts & Sciences.
- The level of teaching performance achieved by the student must be viewed by the department or program as exemplary.
Competitive nominations demonstrate why the student’s teaching performance is considered exemplary within the discipline/department. This may include a history of excellent past performances in other courses evidenced by evaluations submitted by multiple faculty mentors. The nomination should be supported by and offer input from multiple members of the department involved in the teaching mission ( see nomination form for details)
Nomination Forms and supporting materials must be submited as ONE PDF FILE here.
Awards will be announced at a yet-to-be-determined date.