Graduate Teaching Assistant Pedagogy Award
The Graduate Teaching Assistant Pedagogy Award goes to the graduate student who exhibits exceptional work in the classroom and a dedication to improving his or her craft. Each department can nominate only one student.
Nominees will be considered according to the following criteria:
1. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (as represented by student evaluation numbers, student comments, student scores on rubrics, and/or other measurements of learning)
2. Evidence of innovation (as represented by use of GSU resources, integration of work experience, and/or other non-traditional methods of instruction)
3. Evidence of engagement (as represented by level of interaction with students, focus on class design, quality of feedback, and/or other methods of engaging with students)
Instructors cannot “self-nominate.” All instructors must be nominated by representatives from their departments.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jennifer Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 – Shelby Anderson Badbade, Anthropology
2020 – Macie Orrand, Anthrpology
2019 – Bailey Fairbanks, PhD Student, Department of Political Science
2018 – Samantha Emerson, PhD Student, Department of Psychology and Peter Nennig, MA Student, Department of Philosophy
2017 – Stephen Skalicky, PhD Student, Applied Linguistics