Wayne C. Booth Graduate Student Prizes for Excellence in Teaching

The Wayne C. Booth Graduate Student Prize for Excellence in Teaching was established in 1991 in honor of Wayne C. Booth, the George M. Pullman Distinguished Service Professor in English Language & Literature and the College. Students and faculty members submit nominations, and the winners each receive a $2,000 cash award. The awards parallel the Llewellyn John and Harriet Manchester Quantrell Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, which recognize distinguished teachers on the faculty.


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2009

  • Katherine Turk
  • Tom Lockhart
  • Chris Conidis

2008

  • Thomas Church
  • Arpad Danos
  • Andrea Haslanger
  • Carlos Manrique
  • Mara Marin

2007

  • Pascal Wallisch
  • Patricia Firca
  • Patrick Draper
  • Marc Benayoun

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1993

  • Richard Hsung
  • Christopher Nadon
  • Christopher Klug

1992

  • David Tolback
  • Sean-Xavier Neath
  • Catherine Howard

1991

  • Paula Tkac
  • Paul Peppis
  • Richard Gunderman
  • Richard Gunderman
  • Tony Fisher