Physical Sciences Teaching PrizesBy Steve Koppes
Three graduate students have been selected to receive the 2004 Physical Sciences Teaching Prize by the Physical Sciences Collegiate Division and the Physical Sciences Division. This year’s recipients are Gergely Gidofalvi, Chemistry; Lieve Teugels, Chemistry; and Kariane Calta, Mathematics.
The prizes—$750 and a certificate—are presented annually to graduate students to recognize exceptional teaching of undergraduates in the physical sciences. University students, faculty and staff submit nominations. The prize winners will be cited in the program of the College Honors Awards Assembly.