The University Graduate Student Association Teaching Effectiveness Committee selected History M.A. student Kelsey Zavelo for the 2014 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. This award recognizes Kelsey’s dedication, creativity, and sensitivity as a teaching assistant. As one faculty recommender for Kelsey’s nomination noted, “simply put, Kelsey regularly modeled what I consider the best teaching practices in her interactions with her students, with me, and with her fellow TAs.”
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Katie Schinabeck – from Academic to Activist
This interview is the first in a new series highlighting exceptional History and Public History students. Katie Schinabeck, a third-year Public History PhD student, discusses her life as a student and how she evolved from academic to activist.