Caitlin Miller of Neurobiology and Behavior has won The Russell Distinguished Teaching Award. The Russell Distinguished Teaching Award is intended for professorial faculty, lecturers, senior lecturers and teaching assistants who have demonstrated their devotion to teaching, where teaching is understood to include classroom presence, preparation and administration, student counseling (including general advising of students formally assigned, but not necessarily enrolled in the recipients’ course), development of new courses and new methods of student instruction. Teaching of graduate students shall be recognized, but preference shall be given to teaching of undergraduates. Previous winners of Russell or Clark awards are not eligible.
To see the list of awardees: Russell-Distinguished Teaching Award