Each semester, the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning honors outstanding teaching fellows, teaching assistants, and course assistants with the Q Award. The Q Awardees are chosen by students in the courses themselves, based on data from end-of-course evaluations. Twelve MCB grad students and postdocs will be among those commended for their work teaching courses during Fall 2017.
The MCB Fall 2017 Q-Awardees are:
LIFESCI 1A– “An Integrated Introduction to the Life Sciences: Chemistry, Molecular Biology, and Cell Biology”: Ann Aindow, James Lee, Vincent Pham, Paul Schwein, Nico Wagner
LIFESCI 50A-”Integrated Science’: Emily Nagy, Mariela Petkova
MCB 129– “ The Brain: Development, Plasticity and Decline:’ Iris Odstrcil (postdoc)
MCB 60– “Cellular Biology and Molecular Medicine”: Kalki Kukreja
MCB 80– “Neurobiology of Behavior”: Candice Akiti, Julien Grimaud
NEURO 101FA-”Neurobiology of Learning and Memory”: Joseph Zak (postdoc)
The Bok Center will honor the Q-Awardees at an April reception, hosted in conjunction with the Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE).
Congratulations to exceptional teachers! And to all of the TAs, CAs, and teaching fellows working this spring, keep up the good work!