Adeline Gordon Levine Excellence in Teaching Award
The Adeline Gordon Levine Excellence in Teaching Award is a competitive award given to an outstanding graduate instructor of at least two undergraduate Sociology courses. Eligible graduate students are nominated for the Teaching Award when their name and a brief rationale for consideration are given by an undergraduate student to the Director of Undergraduate Studies. No self-nominations are accepted.
To be eligible, a graduate student must be enrolled full-time (or its equivalent) in the program, have taught at least two north campus classroom-based Sociology courses (one of which must be a semester-long course, and at least one of which must have been taught since in the past two years), be nominated for the award by an undergraduate student, and submit supporting materials. Members of the Undergraduate and Graduate Studies Committees will evaluate the nominees based on evidence of excellence in teaching activities.
The recipient will receive a student membership to ASA; a membership to the ASA Teaching & Learning Section; a subscription to Teaching Sociology, and a cash award bestowed by Adeline Gordon Levine. The awardee is expected to attend the Department’s graduation ceremony in May to receive the award.
Deadline and eligibility information coming soon.
Nominate an eligible graduate student instructor!