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Congratulations to the 2012 Teaching Certificate Recipients

Posted by on Friday, May 4, 2012 in News.

The Center for Teaching congratulates the 16 graduate students who completed the requirements to receive their Teaching Certificate this spring. These individuals were:

  • Elizabeth Adolph, Chemical Engineering
  • Robert Brucker, Biological Sciences
  • Angela Cowser, Graduate Department of Religion
  • Wenyue Du, Biological Sciences
  • Menghun Goh, Graduate Department of Religion
  • Jenna Gorlewicz, Mechanical Engineering
  • Beth Koontz, Anthropology
  • Ebany Martinez-Finley, Pediatrics
  • Kathryn McEwen, German & Slavic Languages
  • Michael Myers, Mechanical Engineering
  • Abigail Olena, Biological Sciences
  • Margarita Prieto, Chemical Engineering
  • Kate Pride-Brown, Sociology
  • Jessica Riviere, German & Slavic Languages
  • Kimberly Scott, Masters of Liberal Arts & Science
  • Rebecca St. Clair, Psychology

Each of our recipients completed activities intended to build a teaching foundation, put theory into practice, and engage in the scholarship of learning and teaching. These activities and the capstone research project wouldn’t have been possible without the support of mentors and advisors in their departments and programs. So “thank you!” to the deans and department chairs, the directors of graduate studies, and the individual faculty whose teaching experience, knowledge, and resources have served as guides and inspirations.

 

 

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