Previous DTA Winners

Previous DTA Winners

Faculty Awards (Current–2010)

2020–2021

  • Melissa A. Baker (Hospitality & Tourism Management)
  • R. Mark Leckie (Geosciences)
  • Lisa Modenos (University without Walls)
  • Rae Walker (Nursing)

 

2019–2020

  • Anne Broadbridge (History)
  • Ramesh Sitaraman (Information & Computer Sciences)
  • Leah Wing (Political Science)
  • Tilman Wolf (Electrical and Computer Engineering)

 

2018–2019

  • Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson (Biostatistics & Epidemiology)
  • Nancy Noble (History of Art & Architecture)
  • Kimberlee Perez (Communication)
  • Charles Weems (Information & Computer Sciences)

 

2017–2018

  • Asha Nadkarni (English)
  • Jeffrey Podos (Biology)
  • William Verts (Information & Computer Sciences)
  • Kathryne Young (Sociology)

 

2016–2017

  • Scott Auerbach (Chemistry)
  • Jeffrey Davis (Chemical Engineering)
  • Nathan Schnarr (Chemistry)
  • Ian Walsh (Management)

 

2015–2016

  • Katherine Beltaire (Veterinary & Animal Sciences)
  • Claudio Moreira (Communication)
  • David McLaughlin (Electric and Computer Engineering)
  • Teresa Ramsby (Classics)

 

2014–2015

  • Lorraine Cordeiro (Nutrition)
  • William Leonard (Electric and Computer Engineering)
  • Megan Lewis (Theater)
  • Dhandapani Venkataraman (Chemistry)

 

2013–2014

  • Andy Danylchuk (Environmental Conservation)
  • Heath Hatch (Physics)
  • Ruth Jennison (English)
  • Lynn Klock (Music & Dance)

 

2012–2013

  • Christian Appy (History)
  • Catherine Benincasa (Mathematics & Statistics)
  • Elizabeth Connor (Biology)
  • Robert Nakosteen (Operations & Information Management)

 

2011–2012

  • Justin Fermann (Chemistry)
  • Linda Isbell (Psychological & Brain Sciences)
  • Stephen Purdy (Veterinary & Animal Sciences)
  • Thomas Vacanti (Music & Dance)

 

2010–2011

  • Carey Dimmitt (Student Development)
  • Farshid Hajir (Mathematics & Statistics)
  • Mako Koyama-Hartsfield (Asian Languages)
  • Jillian Schwedler (Political Science)

 

Graduate Teaching Assistant Awards (Current–2010)

2020–2021

  • Alexander Ponomareff (Comparative Literature)
  • Shaina Sadai (Geosciences)

 

2019-2020

  • Kelly Giles (Sociology)
  • Andrea Wilson (Philosophy)

 

2018–2019

  • Javier Lopez Piqueres (Physics)
  • Emma Vanderpool (Classics)

 

2017–2018

  • Manuela Borzone (Comparative Literature)
  • Tanya Whitworth (Sociology)

 

2016–2017

  • Shakuntala Ray (English)
  • Yedalis Ruiz (Educational Policy (Research (and Administration)

 

2015–2016

  • Shastri Akella (Comparative Literature)
  • Vanessa Duffy (French)

 

2014–2015

  • Una Tanovic (Comparative Literature)
  • Kyla Walters (Sociology)

 

2013–2014

  • Nico Aiello (Mathematics & Statistics)
  • Claire Brault (Political Science)

 

2012–2013

  • Edward Erikson (Political Science)
  • Alix Olson (Political Science)

 

2011–2012

  • Molly Keehn (Student Development)
  • Kaja Tally (History of Art & Architecture)

 

2010–2011

  • Michael Funk (Student Development)
  • Katir Patel (Microbiology)