Arnold Guyot Teaching Prizes Announced
The Department of Geosciences
is pleased to announce the recipients for the
2011-2012 Arnold Guyot Graduate Student Teaching Prizes
This is the eleventh time these awards have been given. The prizes were instituted to recognize graduate student contributions to the teaching mission of the department. Criteria include quality of teaching as determined by student evaluations and faculty assessment, and length of service.
• Worked with Satish Myneni's Fall 2009 GEO363: Environmental GeoChemistry
• In spring of 2011 and 2012, taught (3) lab sections for Jorge Sarmiento's GEO202: Ocean, Atmosphere and Climate
• Worked with FRS 122 Spring 2010
• Preceptor and grader for Michael Oppenheimer’s spring 2011 GEO 366 course.
• Worked with GEO seniors in the Senior Thesis Writing Group
• Organizer for GEO Graduate Student Symposium last year
Congratulation to both Mathis Hain and Jenna Losh!