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The Sara Woods Graduate Fund in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

The Sara Woods Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award recognizes excellence in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies teaching. Students must be enrolled in the WGSS dual-title doctoral program to be eligible for the award. (Minors are not eligible.) Preference will be given to those who have taught WGSS courses, although this is not a requirement for the award. Self-nominations are welcome. Applications should include:

  • A 1-2 page teaching philosophy
  • Two letters of recommendation that focus on the student's teaching
  • Copies of SRTE scores (up to three classes of SRTE scores can be submitted)
  • A current CV

Applications are due Monday, February 17, 2020. Please submit all materials in pdf form (except recommendations) to . Please ask your letter writers to send their recommendation directly to the same email address, preferably as an attached document.

 

Previous Recipients:

2020 Kris McLain

2019 Nicole Yokum

2018 Jenna Christian

2017 Meredith Field and Azita Ranjbar

2016 Laura Sapelly

2015 Emma Gaalaas Mullaney

2014 Anna Rachel Terman

2013 Dana Cuomo and Edith Gnanadass

2011 Edith Gnanadass

2010 Brenna Johnson

2009 Stephanie Hutcheson

2008 Sushmita Chatterjee

2007 Niveditha Menon

2006 Alexa Schriempf

2005 Natalie Jolly

2004 Kristin Jacobson

2003 Marla Jaksch and Lesha Jones

2002 Jill Wood

2001 Susan Bracken

2000 Kristin Miller

1999 Brian Jara and Jamie Warner