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. Nomination form can be found here.


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2009 Perrie Cole

Perrie Cole won the Outstanding T.A. Award. He is a student in experimental particle physics. He works with CMS primarily on calibration and detector performance for the hadronic calorimeter. He plans on putting the award money into his savings. He is originally from Blackduck, Minnesota.

2009 Joseph Kinney

Joseph Kinney won the Outstanding T.A. Award. He is a student in the area of condensed matter experiment, specifically superconductivity, working for Allen Goldman. He is originally from Metaline Falls, Washington.

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2009 Adam Schreckenberger

Adam Schreckenberger won the Outstanding T.A. Award. He is a student in the area is high energy particle physics with a specific interest in neutrinos. He plans spend the award money on my course books for next semester. He is originally from River Forest, Illinois, which is a suburb of Chicago.

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2009 Addis Woldesenbet

Addis Woldesenbet won the Outstanding T.A. Award. She is a student studying gravitational lensing. She plans to use the award money for buying books. She is originally from Ethiopia.

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2009 Miranda Pihlaja

Miranda Pihlaja won the Outstanding T.A. Award. She is a student in Physics Education Research. She plans to use the award money for something fun or useful. She is originally from Minnesota.

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2008 Nadezda Monina

Nadezda Monina won the Outstanding T.A. Award. She is a student in biological physics. She plans to use her award to help pay for books. She is originally from Moscow, Russia.


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