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Doctoral candidate Annabel Lemma honored with Graduate School's Teaching Award

  The Graduate School has honored eight graduate students for its annual teaching awards in recognition of their outstanding abilities as teachers. Pictured from left to right are Pierre-Yves Taunay, Morgan Robinson, Danielle Schlesinger, Dean of the Graduate School Sarah-Jane Leslie, Antonio Iannarone, Ingrid Brioso Rieumont, Anders Nielsen, Annabel Lemma, and Jessica Schwab.  Photo by Fotobuddy, LLC, Princeton, New Jersey

Annabel Lemma, graduate student in chemical and biological engineering, has been selected as one of eight students to receive a 2018 Teaching Award from the Princeton University Graduate School. The honor comes in recognition of the students' "outstanging abilities as teachers."

Lemma is a second-year doctoral candidate advised by Mark P. Brynildsen, associate professor of chemical and biological engineering.

“Annabel committed an extraordinary amount of time assisting the students with the course material, and she was an approachable and valuable resource for students who had just begun the engineering curriculum or had recently declared CBE as their intended major, which are often two times of high anxiety in an undergraduate’s education,” said Brynildsen.

The award honored Lemma's work teaching “Introduction to Chemical and Biological Engineering Principles.”