Graduate Student Instructors Receive Teaching Awards

Pictured (from left to right) are Knox, Browning, and Fan at the OGSI Award Ceremony, hosted by the GSITRC at the International House's Chevron Auditorium on May 5, 2010.
Pictured (from left to right) are Knox, Browning, and Fan at the OGSI Award Ceremony, hosted by the GSITRC at the International House's Chevron Auditorium on May 5, 2010.

Seven of our graduate students received the University’s Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor (OGSI) Award this year in recognition of their excellence as instructors of Reading and Composition. The award is sponsored by the GSI Teaching and Resource Center (GSITRC).¬† Please join the department in congratulating our OGSIs:

Ruth Baldwin

Catherine Cronquist Browning

Christopher Fan

Nicholas Junkerman

Marisa Knox

Sookyoung Lee

and Megan Pugh.

Many English GSIs have won the OGSI Award over the years, and their names can be found here.

In addition, two graduate students–Catherine Cronquist Browning and Matt Sergi–have been award the highly competitive Teaching Effectiveness Award, also sponsored by the GSITRC. Essays on their award-winning teaching methods can be found on the GSITRC website.

Three graduate students received the English Department’s Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, another competitive award that recognizes the excellence of discussion section leaders:

Michael Bigley
Manya Lempert
and Gillian Obsorne.