Aging Studies doctoral candidate Carlyn Vogel received the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Health, Medicine, and Behavioral Sciences category. Vogel has taught six sections of Death and Dying – a 90-person general education class offered both in-person and online. She consistently receives nearly perfect student evaluations of the course. Vogel created a website of her teaching portfolio as part of the application for this award.
Aging studies doctoral candidate recognized for outstanding teaching
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