Graduate Student Teaching Awards

Overview
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award is given annually. The award recognizes teaching excellence by graduate students teaching assistants in the College. Criteria for selection will include evidence of teaching effectiveness, academic scholarship, dedication, and enthusiasm for professional development.

Eligibility
Nominees may be Master’s or Ph.D. students and must have taught at least two semesters. Nominees must be in good academic standing.

Nomination and Selection
Nomination forms can be found here. Please follow all instructions on the first page of the nomination paperwork. Nominations should be submitted in PDF format to robin_clements@ncsu.edu no later than February 10, 2017, at 5:00 pm. Late submissions will not be reviewed.

The CALS Graduate Studies Committee selects the award recipients. Nominees who have gone above and beyond the tasks typical of a teaching assistant will be strongly considered.

One cash award of $1,000 each will be presented to the recipient at the Dean’s forum in March 2017.

Graduate Instructor Teaching Awards

Overview
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences awards an Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award annually. The award recognizes teaching excellence by graduate faculty in the College. Criteria for selection will include evidence of teaching effectiveness, academic scholarship, dedication, and enthusiasm for professional development.

Eligibility
Nominees must be CALS instructors and must have taught at least two semesters at NC State University.

Nomination and Selection
Nomination forms can be found here. Please follow all instructions on the first page of the nomination paperwork. Nominations should be submitted in PDF format to robin_clements@ncsu.edu no later than February 10, 2017, at 5:00 pm. Late submissions will not be reviewed.

The CALS Graduate Studies Committee will select the award recipients.

One cash award of $500 will be presented to the recipient at the Dean’s forum in March 2017.