Grad Student Awards
The CALS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
The Department annually nominates one of its graduate students to receive an Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in recognition of superior teaching performance.
|2022||Raunak Sen for BioNB 1220 Freshman Writing Seminar|
|2021||Andrea Roeser for BioNB 2220 Neurobiology and Behavior II: Introduction to Neuroscience, BioNB 4910 Principles of Neurophysiology, and BioNB 1220 Freshman Writing Seminar|
|2020||Rose Tatarsky for BioNB 2220 Neurobiology and Behavior II: Introduction to Neuroscience|
|2019||Ryan J. Post for BioNB 2220 Neurobiology and Behavior II: Introduction to Neuroscience, BioNB 3920 Drugs and the Brain, and BioG 1440 Introductory Biology: Comparative Physiology|
|2018||Ajinkya Dahake for BIONB 2210 Introduction to Behavior|
|2017||Joel Tripp for BIONB 2220 Introduction to Neuroscience|
|2016||Maria Modanu for BIONB 2210 Introduction to Behavior|
|2015||Julie Miller for BIONB 2210 Introduction to Behavior,|
Kevin J. Loope for “BIONB 2210: Introduction to Behavior
|2013||Shane T. Peace|
|2011||Sara A. Kaiser|
|2010||Margaret K. Wray|
|2007||C. Dustin Rubinstein|
|2006||Jonathan King and Christopher Wilson|
|2003||Dennis M. Bissonnette and Samuel M. Flaxman|
|2002||Kevin J. McGraw|
The Deanne Gebell Gitner ’66 and Family Annual Prize for Teaching Assistants
The Deanne Gebell Gitner ‘66 and Family Annual Prize for Teaching Assistants honors teaching assistants who have demonstrated their devotion to undergraduate teaching.
Stephen and Marjery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award
The Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award is awarded specifically to teaching assistants who have demonstrated their devotion to undergraduate teaching.
Capranica Neuroethology Prize
This award is named in honor of Robert and Patricia Capranica to provide an annual prize for recognition of outstanding achievement or future promise in the field of neuroethology.