Six doctoral candidates in the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering have received the 2020 Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award. Presented annually by Notre Dame Learning, the Graduate School, and the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, the award recognizes exceptional teaching in the classroom or in a teaching laboratory.
“All of the graduate students in aerospace and mechanical engineering have proven themselves to be outstanding ambassadors for the University through their sustained dedication to both the teaching and research missions.”— David B. Go, Rooney Family Collegiate Professor and director of graduate studies
“All of the graduate students in aerospace and mechanical engineering have proven themselves to be outstanding ambassadors for the University through their sustained dedication to both the teaching and research missions,” said Rooney Family Collegiate Professor David B. Go, director of graduate studies. “These six, in particular, have had an exceptional impact on our undergraduates through their contributions in the classroom and beyond.”
• Bradley Ellis, advised by Sheehan Family Associate Professor Pinar Zorlutuna
• Taylor Gambon, advised by Professor James Schmiedeler and Assistant Professor Patrick Wensing
• Han Gao, advised by Assistant Professor Jian-Xun Wang
• Spencer Golze, advised by Associate Professor Svetlana Neretina
• Nick Kempf, advised by Assistant Professor Yanliang Zhang
• Carson Running, advised by Assistant Professor Thomas Juliano
The award consists of a certificate from the Kaneb Center and Graduate School, a letter documenting the award for the graduate student’s file, and an honorarium.
— Nina Welding, College of Engineering