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The Dr. Frank Finger Graduate Fellowship for Teaching

Funded by a gift from J. Huston McCollough, II in honor of Frank Finger, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, this $2,000 Fellowship is awarded annually to a teaching assistant in the College of Arts & Sciences, in recognition of stimulating and organized classroom teaching. The selection committee will consider for this award the fifteen departmental winners of the All-University award. Nominators who believe their candidates particularly qualified for this award may choose to highlight the characteristics sought.

Past Winners

 2015

 Katelynn Kochalski, Math

2014

John T.R. Terry, Department of History

2013

David M. Hondula, Department of Environmental Sciences

2010-12

Fellowship not awarded during this time.

2009

Lydia M. Brandt, Department of Art History

2008

Andrew J. Kennedy, Department of Chemistry

2007

Logan Sawyer, History

2006

Peter J. Capuano, English

2005

Jonathan Readey, English

2004

Lisa Stewart, Anthropology

2003

Edward H. Kim Song, Philosophy

2002

Melin Huang, Physics

2001

Jason Kehler, Drama

2000

Supriya Jaiswal, Physics

1999

Michael Thomas, Religious Studies

1998

J. Jenry Morsman, IV, History