Madhuvanti Kale received the CETA Award

Published: April 26, 2012

Congratulations to Madhuvanti Kale, one of the Whistler Center student staff, who received the Committee for the Education of Teaching Assistants (CETA) Excellence in Teaching Award by the University. She was a teaching assistant for the Food Analysis lab class in Spring 2011, and received the B.J. Liska Graduate Student Teaching Award for her efforts.

The Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award is the highest honor presented by the University in recognition of graduate student teachers. Graduate students selected for this award must have demonstrated excellence in teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and/or graduate level and be past recipients of the Committee for the Education of Teaching Assistants Teaching Award. In addition, recipients should have accomplishments in service/outreach and scholarly publications. Committee for the Education of Teaching Assistants Excellence in Teaching Award recipients are selected by each academic department for their commitment to undergraduate education. Departments may select one recipient for every 50 graduate teaching assistants they support.