Graduate Student Teaching Award
The Department of History prides itself on its devotion to undergraduate education and fine teaching. The Graduate Teaching Award is presented annually to a PhD student whose teaching has been outstanding. Applicants must have completed their PhD overview examination and have extensive teaching experience, including an independently taught course. The awardee is chosen by a committee of award-winning history faculty and receives recognition at a department ceremony along with a monetary award.
Past recipients include:
2011 Award Recipient: Katharine Phelps
2009 Award Recipient: Roland Clark
2007 Award Recipient: Kenyon Zimmer
2005 Award Recipient: Gregory Wood
2004 Award Recipients: Eric Kimball and Christopher Magra
2002 Award Recipient: Scott Giltner
2001 Award Recipient: Vanessa Sterling
2000 Award Recipient: Mary Redd Magnotta
Consistent with the University of Pittsburgh's efforts to strive to be inclusive and to support academic-personal life balance, the University believes it is important to provide accommodation for graduate students who become new parents, so that they may contribute to their family responsibilities while continuing to make progress towards their degrees.
For further information, please see the Graduate Student Parental Accommodation Guidelines and the Request for Parental Accommodation Form.