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College of Chemistry GSIs win Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards

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May 19, 2009

Nineteen College of Chemistry graduate student instructors (GSIs) have won 2009 Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards.

The awards, sponsored by the Graduate Division's GSI Teaching and Resource Center, give campuswide recognition to excellence in teaching by over 200 graduate student instructors (GSIs) in several departments.

Each spring the GSI Teaching and Resource Center sends guidelines for the award and a call for nominations to departments. Each department is asked to establish criteria and decide upon the evidence and procedures it will use to determine the award.

The three chemical engineering GSIs honored were Colin Cerretani, Haluna Gunterman and Samuel Maurer.

Sixteen chemistry GSIs were honored: Brian Belardi, Ayelet Benjamini, Katrien Brak, Margaret Brown, William Floyd, Andy Hsieh, Jennifer Johnson, Paul Karayan, Natasha Keith, Henry La Pierre, Jonas Lee, Zerubba Levi, David Limmer, Dale Otten, Sergio Rozenel and David Trease.

The GSI Teaching and Resource Center hosted a reception on May 6, 2009 to acknowledge the Outstanding GSI Award recipients.

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