Each year, the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning & Online Education (CETLOE) accepts nominations of faculty and graduate students to receive Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Faculty Awards. The awards recognize instructors who have made exceptional contributions in teaching, professional development and mentorship across the university. Recipients are recognized at Georgia State’s annual Conference on Scholarly Teaching.
“These awards offer important, university-level recognition for work well done, something of particular importance to Graduate Students and Part-Time Instructors. They also provide recognition for all the hard work faculty across the university do to help their students prepare for the classroom,” said Jennifer Hall, associate director for Graduate Student Pedagogical Development at CETLOE.
This year’s awardees include:
Pedagogical Mentorship Award
The Pedagogical Mentorship Award goes to a faculty member who has been nominated by graduate students for helping them develop as a teacher and for serving as an inspiration and official or unofficial mentor.
More information about this award is available at https://cetl.gsu.edu/programs-grants-awards/pedagogical-mentorship-award/.
Department of Sociology
Part-Time Instructor Pedagogy Award
The Part-Time Instructor Pedagogy Award goes to the part-time instructor who shows dedication to teaching and to the development of student learning.
More information about this award is available at https://cetl.gsu.edu/programs-grants-awards/part-time-instructor-pedagogy-award/.
Graduate Teaching Assistant Pedagogy Award
The Graduate Teaching Assistant Pedagogy Award goes to graduate students who exhibit exceptional work in the classroom and a dedication to improving their craft.
More information about this award is available at https://cetl.gsu.edu/programs-grants-awards/graduate-teaching-assistant-pedagogy-award/.
Department of Psychology
Department of Philosophy