Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy
Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy

Malcolm Stott TA Awards for 2016-2017 were announced!

October 13, 2017

  • Prof. Stott with the winners of 216-2017 Malcolm Stott TA Awards

    Prof. Stott with the winners of 2016-2017  Malcolm Stott Teaching Awards. Congratulations Matthew McNish (left) and Benjamin Tam (right)!

    (Photo credit: Prof. Marc Dignam)

  • Matthew McNish with his certificate from Prof. Stott

    Matthew McNish, winner of Malcolm Stott Teaching Award for 2016 Fall term, receiving his award from Prof. Stott.

    (Photo credit: Prof. Marc Dignam)

  • Benjamin Tam with his certificate from Prof. Stott

    Benjamin Tam, winner of Malcolm Stott Teaching Award for 2017 Winter term, receiving his award from Prof. Stott.

    (Photo credit: Prof. Marc Dignam)

  • Runner up James Godfrey receiving his certificate from Prof. Stott

    Runner up James Godfrey for 2016 Fall term, receiving his certificate from Prof. Stott. The runner ups were a tie for 2017 Winter term between Alex Inayeh and Christine Hall. Congratulations to you all!

    (Photo credit: Prof. Marc Dignam)

At the graduate student reception on October 12th, the recipients of the Malcolm Stott Teaching Assistant Awards were announced.

The Malcolm Stott Teaching Assistant Award is awarded to one graduate student in each term for excellence as a teaching assistant either in the classroom or the lab in any Physics or Engineering Physics course. The funds for the award have been generously donated by Bing Wang, who is a former PhD student of Professor Stott.

The winner in the Fall term was Matthew McNish, while James Godfrey was runner-up. In the Winter term, the winner was Benjamin Tam with runner ups a tie between Alex Inayeh and Christine Hall. Winners will each receive $500, a certificate and their names on a plaque. Runner ups will receive a certificate. Congratulation to all!

Undergraduate students in Physics or Engineering Physics courses who feel that their TA is outstanding are strongly encouraged to nominate them. For more information on this award and/or to nominate a TA in the current term, please go to the Nomination Form. Nominations must be received by the last day of classes in the given term.

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