Three graduate students recognized for teaching
The Physical Sciences Collegiate Division and the Physical Sciences Division have selected three graduate students to receive the 2005 Physical Sciences Teaching Prize. This year’s recipients are Arjun Menon, Physics; Justin Modica, Chemistry; and Charilaos Skiadas, Mathematics.
The prizes—$750 and a certificate—are presented annually to graduate students to recognize exceptional teaching of undergraduates in the physical sciences. The prize winners are selected from nominations made by anyone with an affiliation with the University, but special consideration is given to nominations by undergraduates or groups of undergraduates.