Graduate Associate Teaching Award Winners 2011

The Graduate Associate Teaching Award (GATA) is Ohio State's highest recognition of the exceptional teaching provided by graduate students. Approximately 3,000 graduate students teach as graduate teaching associates at Ohio State each year, and 10 are honored as GATA winners by the university community. Each winner receives a $1,500 award.

This year's winners are: Monali Chowdhury, Psychology; Melissa Doran, Spanish and Portuguese; Leigh Fine, Sociology; Matt Foulds, History; Courtney Harris, Dance; DJ Hovermale, Linguistics; Katherine Parker, English; Elizabeth Riter, Civil Engineering; Spencer Robinson, Slavic Languages;  and Pamela Vincent, Human Development and Family Science.

The GATA award is in its 39th year.

Information about nominations, awards process, and eligibility

Leigh Fine

Leigh Fine

PhD Candidate in Sociology

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Monali Chowdhury

Monali Chowdhury

PhD Candidate in Psychology

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Courtney Harris

Courtney Harris

Master's Candidate in Dance

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Pamela Vincent

Pamela Vincent

PhD Candidate in Human Development and Family Science

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Spencer Robinson

Spencer Robinson

PhD Candidate in Slavic Languages

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Elizabeth Riter

Elizabeth Riter

PhD Candidate in Civil Engineering

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Ivan

Ivan "DJ" Hovermale

PhD Candidate in Linguistics

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Katherine Parker

Katherine Parker

PhD Candidate in English

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Melissa Doran

Melissa Doran

PhD Candidate in Spanish and Protuguese

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Matthew Foulds

Matthew Foulds

PhD Candidate in History

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