Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students

Tue, 04/18/2017

Chelsea Chamberlain was one of ten graduate students across all schools to be awarded a Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students.  Chelsea‚Äôs committee is: Prof. Kathy Peiss (advisor), Prof. Sally Gordon, and Prof. Beth Linker (HSS).  

The 2017 Awardees of the Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students:

Nicholas Bell (Political Science, School of Arts and Sciences)

Chelsea Chamberlain (History, School of Arts and Sciences)

Jaclynn Elkind (Nursing, School of Nursing)

Ethan Mallick Hossain (Economics, School of Arts and Sciences)

Thomas Noah (Philosophy, School of Arts and Sciences)

Lloyd Talley (Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Development, Graduate School of Education)

Jillian Vaum (History of Art, School of Arts and Sciences)

Allyson Volinsky (Communications, Annenberg School for Communication)

Nicole Welk-Joerger (History of Sociology and Science, School of Arts and Sciences)

Daniel Wu (Chemistry, School of Arts and Sciences)