Biomedical engineering Ph.D. student Noah Perry has won the University of Virginia’s top recognition for graduate student teaching, the Class of 1985 Fellowship for Creative Teaching. The fellowship includes a $5,000 award.
The award was one of 18 All-University Graduate Teaching Awards presented by the Office of the Provost and Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs this year. Award winners and nominees were honored at a recent ceremony.
The School of Engineering was well represented among those recognized, with a total of 13 honorees including Perry and fellow biomedical engineering student Ridhi Sahani, who won $1,000 for the Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award in the STEM disciplines. The All-University award winners earned $500.
Each honoree listed below is considered among the top 5% of graduate students for teaching excellence this year, according to the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs.
Class of 1985 Fellowship for Creative Teaching
Noah Perry, biomedical engineering
Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award in STEM
Ridhi Sahani, biomedical engineering
All-University Graduate Teaching Awards
Anukriti Shrestha, chemical engineering
Carl Hildebrandt, computer science
Meriel von Stein, computer science
Trey Woodlief, computer science
Courtney Rogers, systems engineering
Ethan Blaser, computer science
Nabeel Nasir, computer science
Heze Chen, civil engineering
Harsh Anand, data science and systems engineering
Yuan Xu, materials science and engineering
Davis Loose, systems engineering