The University of Iowa Council on Teaching named 29 teaching assistants as recipients of the 2021 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. These awards have been given annually since 1988 to a select group of graduate teaching assistants who have effectively promoted learning and creativity both inside and outside the classroom while demonstrating enthusiasm and dedication to student success.
On Wednesday, May 4th, Anny-Dominique Curtius will be recognized by the Graduate College as an impressive and accomplished mentor to graduate students. The Graduate College recognizes by stating: "Your mentoring continues to have profound impacts on your students both present and past. It was also clear the outstanding research and career guidance that you provide to your students as well as the positive impact you have on students from underrepresented backgrounds."
Hadley Galbraith is a recipient of the 2021 Global Student Award, which recognizes one undergraduate and one graduate student who are leaders deeply engaged in international education on campus or abroad. Hadley is a PhD student (French and francophone world studies) from Topeka, Kansas.
Learn more about the upcoming study abroad program, Organized Crime and Social Sustainability with faculty leader Irene Lottini. The info session will cover the activities and academics of the program, the application process, and you will have a chance to ask questions. This 3-credit course to Sicily, Italy will help you explore effective tools in the fight against organized crime, by allowing you to actively participate in the management of confiscated Mafia assets.
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