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Graduate Assistant Teaching Award
The Graduate Teaching Award was established by the UM Center for Teaching Excellence, the Graduate School, and the Office of the Provost to honor outstanding teaching by a graduate teaching assistant. Winners receive $1,500.
Who is eligible:
Graduate teaching assistants.
Who may nominate:
A department, class or student in the nominee's class. Documentation may be compiled by the nominee, or the nominator, and forwarded.
- completed nomination form (.docx|.pdf).
- nomination letter (limited to two pages). The best letters of nomination tend to include specific detail that supports the generalizations made about teaching excellence.
- letter of recommendation (in addition to the nomination letter) from a department, class or student in a current or previous class taught by the nominee.
- available student evaluation results from the nominee's classes.
Additional helpful information for nominees include the following:
- a list of courses taught.
- evidence of multiple strategies for good classroom teaching.
- assessment plans that demonstrate student learning.
- any papers on teaching techniques.
- any presentations relative to teaching methods.
- statement of nominee's teaching philosophy.
- any other evidence of distinguished teaching.
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The selection committee will consist of a subset of the advisory board of the Center for Teaching Excellence and the University Graduate Council. The selection committee will make a recommendation for the award to the provost.
Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of English
Previous recipients include Erik Aschehoug, Jennifer Palladini, Sean Barker, Eric Keeling, and Seth Braver.
Deadline for 2013 Nominations: February 22, 2013
Deadline for committees/individuals selecting recipients to forward the names to the Office of the President: March 8, 2013
Awards will be presented at:
UM Employee Recognition Day
April 19, 2013