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The 2005 Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students

The Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students was established in 2000 to recognize the profound impact graduate students have on undergraduate education at Penn. Nominations for the award come from the undergraduates. Ten prizes are awarded annually.

In a special tribute to Dr. Judith Rodin, who created and funded the awards during her tenure as President, The Council of Ivy Group Presidents funded two additional prizes for 2005.


The Provost's Office continues to sponsor the competition. This year's 12 awardees are (from left to right) are:

Mark Navin (Philosophy)

Liang Huang (Computer and Information Science)

Nicholas Pagano (Chemistry)

Michael Yatauro (Mathematics)

(also featured: President Amy Gutmann)

William Ewing (Chemistry)

Lee Malkiel (History)

Joanna Cohen (History)

D'Maris Coffman (History)

Jamie Eggers (Management)

Nona Carter (East Asian Languages and Civilizations)

Jason Rheins (Philosophy)

Claudio Lucarelli (Economics)

The "statement of teaching philosophy" for each awardee is posted on this web site.

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