2021 Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students

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Five Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students received the Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students, an award that recognizes the profound impact of graduate students on education at Penn and their dedication to teaching. Nominations come directly from undergraduate and graduate students. Ten prizes have been awarded annually since 2000, when then-President Judith Rodin established the award. 

The Penn Arts & Sciences recipients are:

Jesse Hamilton, Philosophy
Taylor Heath, Sociology
Autumn Melby, Anthropology
Breanna Moore, History
Elena van Stee, Sociology
Read the full announcement here.


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