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Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award

The Odum School of Ecology Distinguished Graduate Student Teaching Award was established in 1998 to recognize outstanding ecology student teaching assistants and is given each spring to students enrolled in the ecology graduate program.

Any Odum School Faculty member (regular, adjunct, research) may nominate one person per year.

The nomination packet should include:

  1. A letter specific and detailed stating why student should receive award;
  2. A brief (1-2) CV, and;
  3. Letter(s) from instructor(s) in charge of course(s) taught during award academic year.

The Odum School of Ecology's Graduate Program Committee will select the winner(s) from the nominations.

There will be one award of $200. The recipient will also have their name engraved on a plaque in the lobby and receive a certificate. The funds are not available until August and the recipient must be enrolled duringt that time.

Submit nomination materials by 5:00 p.m. on April 1 to Katherine Adams (ktswings@uga.edu).

Previous winners include: Gregory Skupien (2013), Kristy McDowell (2014), Jenna Malek (2015), Kaitlin Farrell (2016)


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