Graduate Associate Teaching Award Winners 2012

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: Jarrett Anderson, French and Italian; Leila Ben-Nasr, English; Lindsay Bernhagen, Comparative Studies; Bora Bosna, Mathematics; Sara Cline, Molecular Genetics; Jim Collier, Communication; Joshua Eckroth, Computer Science and Engineering; Casaundra Harbaugh, Psychology; Adam Stier, English; and Scott Stuckman, Environmental Sciences.

The GATA award is in its 40th year. Recipients are slected by the Graduate School Awards Committee--comprised of faculty from a range of disciplines and former GATA winners.

Information about nominations, awards process, and eligibility

Jarrett Anderson

Jarrett Anderson

PhD Candidate in French and Italian

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Leila Ben-Nasr

Leila Ben-Nasr

PhD Candidate in English

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Scott Stuckman

Scott Stuckman

PhD Candidate in Environmental Science

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Adam Stier

Adam Stier

PhD Candidate in English

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Lindsay Bernhagen

Lindsay Bernhagen

PhD Candidate in Comparative Studies

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Bora Bosna

Bora Bosna

PhD Candidate in Mathematics

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Sara Cline

Sara Cline

PhD Candidate in Molecular Genetics

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Jim Collier

Jim Collier

PhD Candidate in Communication

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Joshua Eckroth

Joshua Eckroth

PhD Candidate in Computer Science and Engineering

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Casaundra Harbaugh

Casaundra Harbaugh

PhD Candidate in Psychology

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