Adam Smith (Ph.D. candidate) receives Outstanding Teaching Fellow award
Apr. 23, 2014
Adam Smith, Ph.D. candidate in Politics, has been named one of this year's Outstanding Teaching Fellows by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). Each year, GSAS asks each department to select recipients for the award based on their overall teaching excellence, student and course instructor evaluations, and letters from faculty. Adam's teaching experience includes several courses in the Politics Department focusing on political theory as well as a practicum on media, politics, and society.
More information on the Outstanding Teaching Fellows can be found on the GSAS website.