University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Grad Scholarship

The Outstanding T.A. Award

                                                       

A $200 award which recognizes the work of both graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants. The deadline for nominations is March 31. The nomination form can be found here.


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Rich Ormiston

Etheridge wins 2018 T.A. Award

James Etheridge won the 2018 Outstanding T.A. Award.

Rich Ormiston

Ormiston wins 2018 T.A. Award

Rich Ormiston won the 2018 Outstanding T.A. Award. Ormiston is originally from Wisconsin. He works under Vuk Mandic on LIGO. He is primarily focused on measuring the stochastic background and also on developing deep learning methods to increase the sensitivity of gravitational wave detectors.

Dominique Gautreau

Gautreau wins 2018 T.A. Award

Dominique Gautreau won the 2018 Outstanding T.A. Award.

Agniva Ghosh

Ghosh wins the 2018 T.A. Award

Agniva Ghosh won the 2018 Outstanding T.A. Award.

Kaylee Ganser

Ganser wins 2018 T.A. Award

Kaylee Ganser won the 2018 Outstanding T.A. Award. Ganser is originally from Duluth, MN. I am originally from Duluth, MN. She plans to use the award money to "further support continued excellence in physics education provided by the graduate students at the University of Minnesota." Her specialty is physics education research.

Kevin Sebesta

Sebesta wins 2018 T.A. Award

Kevin Sebesta won the 2018 Mentor T.A. Appreciation Award. Sebesta is originally from Lake Zurich, IL. He plans to put the award money towards savings. His research area is cosmology.

Argha Banerjee

Banerjee wins 2018 T.A. Award

Argha Banerjee won the 2018 Mentor T.A. Appreciation Award.

Xiaojun Fu

Fu wins 2018 T.A. Award

Xiaojun Fu won the 2018 Mentor T.A. Appreciation Award.

Michael Revering

Revering wins 2018 T.A. Award

Michael Revering won the 2018 Mentor T.A. Appreciation Award. Revering is originally from Minneapolis. He plans to use the award money to buy a large glass whiteboard for his living room. He is most focused on high energy particle research, and works with the CMS group.

Che Hsu Li

Li wins 2017 Outstanding T.A. Award

Che Hsu Li won a 2017 Outstanding T.A. Award. He is originally from Taiwan. He plans to use the award money to "keep surviving in the United State." When asked about his research Li said, "actually, I have not yet decided a specific topic, but it would be in the field of high energy physics. I am also very interested in some fundamental problems in quantum mechanics and statistics, such as the measurement problem."


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