Brahana TA Instructional Award

The Brahana TA Instructional Award was established in 2005 with funding from the H. Roy Brahana Fund. It is presented to graduate teaching assistants for exemplary teaching. A committee of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students determines the winners. Awards are based on classroom observation, comments from students, and a written report by the nominees describing their teaching goals. Two graduate students can be awarded the Brahana TA Instructional Award each year.

Recipients

2020

  • Emily Heath

  • Heejoung Kim

2019

  • Elizabeth Field

2018

  • Vanessa Rivera Quinones

  • Yang Song

2017

  • Melinda Lanius

  • Simone Sisneros-Thiry

2016

  • Andrew McConvey

  • Cara Monical

2015

  • Thomas Mahoney

  • Dominic Searles

2014

  • Meghan Galiardi

  • Benjamin Reiniger

2013

  • Neha Gupta

  • Sarah Yeakel

2012

  • Victoria Reuter

  • Elyse Yeager

2011

  • Johann Thiel

2010

  • Jane Butterfield

  • Thomas Cooney

2009

  • William R. Green

  • Jason McCullough

2008

  • Valerie Peterson

  • Daniel Saharopol

2007

  • Timothy Kilbourn

  • Melissa A. Simmons

2006

  • D. Jason Gibson

  • Bart Snapp

2005

  • Yelda Aydin

  • Jennifer Vandenbussch