The Graduate Student Teaching Award: This award recognizes graduate students acting as the instructor of record, i.e., teaching their own course.  Awards are given to one student from each area: humanities, social science, and science.

2012-2013

Amelia Tseng

Maureen Russo

Jessica Grieser

2013-2014

Natalia Curto Garcia-Nieto

2014-2015

Cassie Herbert

Joseph Rees

Rebecca Gibbons

Anna Markowitz

2015-2016

Laura Zimmermann

Caitlin M. Brown

Celia Chomón Zamora

The Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award: This award recognizes excellence among graduate students serving as Teaching Assistants. Awards are given to one student from each area: humanities, social science, and science at-large.

2012-2013

Stephanee Synnott

Joseph Rees

Caity Brown

Honore Tchou

2013-2014

Arno Gasteiger

Erika Fountain

Jacqueline King

Nicholas Mangialardi

2014-2015

Lisette Fred

Paula Ganga

Michael Friedman

Alexander Massad

2015-2016

Alexander Podkul

Gracia El Ayle

Katherine Ward

Kristin Brethel-Haurwitz

The Gerald M. Mara Faculty Mentoring Award: This award recognizes a faculty member who exemplifies the spirit of cura personalis in aiding the academic and professional development of graduate students.

2012-2013

David Edelstein (SFS)

Emily Francomano (Spanish and Portuguese)

Maureen Lewis (SFS)

Patrick O’Malley (English)

2014-2015

Mark C. Murphy (Philosophy) 

2015-2016

Lourdes Ortega (Linguistics)

Outstanding Graduste Student Organization Award: This award recognizes the graduate student organization that demonstrated consistent flexibility, iniative, creativity and perserverance; made a meaningful contribution to graduate students, the University, and/or the surrounding community; and organized activities, events, and programs that have had a significant impact on the quality of campus life at Georgetown University.

2015-2016

LAPA (Latin American Policy Association)

Outstanding Leader in a Graduate Student Organization: This award recognizes a Georgetown University graduate student who has made outstanding contributions to the campus community by their leadership , programming endeavors, individual skills, volunteer activities, service, and attitude in support of student activities as a member or leader of a group under the Graduate Student Government (GradGov).

2015-2016

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