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University Recognizes Distinguished Teaching Assistants

University Recognizes Distinguished Teaching Assistants

ME Graduate teaching assistants Danielle Chrun, James Borrelli, Mary Vechery, and Philip Knowles were selected as 2006-2007 Distinguished Teaching Assistants. They will receive their certificate at the annual Distinguished Teaching Assistant Ceremony on Friday, May 11, 4:00-5:30 p.m., in Alumni Hall of the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center.

At the end of the academic year, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Dean for Undergraduate Studies, and the Dean of the Graduate School recognizes outstanding graduate teaching assistants at the University of Maryland.

At the beginning of the spring semester, Distinguished Teaching Assistants are selected by department chairpersons. Because this award is meant to honor the most outstanding teaching assistants, CTE asks that only the top ten percent of all teaching assistants within a department be identified as Distinguished Teaching Assistants. Specific nomination criteria are at the discretion of the individual department.

May 7, 2007


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