The Dr. Frank Finger Graduate Fellowship For Teaching

Funded by a gift from J. Huston McCollough, II in honor of Frank Finger, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, this $2,000 Fellowship is awarded annually to a graduate teacher in the College of Arts & Sciences, in recognition of stimulating and organized classroom teaching. The selection committee will consider for this award the fifteen departmental winners of the All-University award. Nominators who believe their candidates particularly qualified for this award may choose to highlight the characteristics sought.

 

Past Winners

2020 - Victoria Mauer, Psychology

2019 - Dallas Tatman, Religious Studies

2018 - Justin McBrien, History

2017 - Brittany Sutherland, Biology

2016 - Charles Clark, Chemistry

2015 - Katelynn Kochalski, Math

2014 - John T.R. Terry, History

2013 - David M. Hondula, Environmental Sciences

2010 - 2012 - Fellowship not awarded during this time.

2009 - Lydia M. Brandt, Art History

2008 - Andrew J. Kennedy, Chemistry

2007 - Logan Sawyer, History

2006 - Peter J. Capuano, English

2005 - Jonathan Readey, English

2004 - Lisa Stewart, Anthropology

2003 - Edward H. Kim Song, Philosophy

2002 - Melin Huang, Physics

2001 - Jason Kehler, Drama

2000 - Supriya Jaiswal, Physics

1999 - Michael Thomas, Religious Studies

1998 - J. Jenry Morsman, IV, History