September 16, 2022
Nominate outstanding graduate student teachers for K-State and regional awards
Departments are invited to nominate outstanding graduate student teachers for the Graduate Student Council Award for Graduate Student Teaching Excellence. The award recognizes one master's student and one doctoral student who have excelled in teaching.
Each award recipient receives a $500 scholarship from the Graduate Student Council and serves as K-State's nominee for the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools Excellence in Teaching Award. Award winners receive a $750 honorarium and are recognized at the association's annual meeting in the spring. Since the award was initiated in 2012, K-State has had six winners and two honorable mentions.
Eligibility requirements: To be considered for the Graduate Student Council and Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools teaching awards, the nominee must be enrolled in a graduate degree program and have an appointment with teaching responsibilities at K-State during the 2022 calendar year.
Nomination process and guidelines:
- Oct. 4 — Deadline for departments to submit nominations to their respective college dean's office. Each department may nominate one master's student and one doctoral student.
- Oct. 18 — Deadline for colleges to submit nominations to Megan Miller at email@example.com in the Graduate School. With the exception of the College of Arts and Sciences, each college may select one master's student nominee and one doctoral student nominee. The College of Arts and Sciences may nominate three master's students and three doctoral students.
- Nov. 1 — Award recipients will be selected by the awards selection committee.
Visit the award webpage for additional information and nomination materials. Questions about the award may be directed to Megan Miller, graduate student success coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 785-532-6191.