Graduate Associate Teaching Award Winners 2014

The Graduate Associate Teaching Award (GATA) is Ohio State's highest recognition of the exceptional teaching provided by graduate students.

This year's winners are:

Emily Arendt, History

Elizabeth Brewer, English

Heidi Brown, French and Italian

Heather Derry, Psychology

Lizabeth Goldstein, Psychology

Colleen Kennedy, English

Owen King, Philosophy

Justine Law, Geography

Jill Yavorsky, Sociology

Philip Young, Chemistry and Biochemistry

 

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. The GATA award is in its 42th year. Recipients are selected 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

Emily Arendt

Emily Arendt

PhD Candidate in History

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Elizabeth Brewer

Elizabeth Brewer

PhD Candidate in English

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Philip Young

Philip Young

PhD Candidate in Chemistry

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Justine Law

Justine Law

PhD Candidate in Geography

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Heather Derry

Heather Derry

PhD Candidate in Psychology

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Colleen Kennedy

Colleen Kennedy

PhD Candidate in English

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Lizabeth Goldstein

Lizabeth Goldstein

PhD Candidate in Psychology

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Owen King

Owen King

PhD Candidate in Philosophy

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Heidi Brown

Heidi Brown

PhD Candidate in French and Italian

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Jill Yavorsky

Jill Yavorsky

PhD Candidate in Sociology

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