2022 Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students


Congratulations to recipients of the 2022 Penn Prize for Teaching Excellence by Graduate Students. Each year, graduate students are nominated by Penn undergraduate and graduate students for their profound impact on teaching at Penn.

The following School of Arts & Sciences graduate students were awarded prizes. A reception honoring these recipients was held on April 14.

  • Nicholas Dias, Communication and Political Science
  • Olivia Hu, Sociology
  • Katey Mari, Anthropology
  • Ethan Plaue, English
  • Yosef Washington, Philosophy
  • Stephanie Wesson, Philosophy

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