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Graduate students earn teaching excellence certificates

Teaching excellence

The College of Science congratulates the following graduate students who have earned the Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching (GCCUT): Trevor Tivey (Zoology), Sarah Erickson (mathematics), Emerald Stacy (mathematics) and Chelsea Holman (Biochemistry and Biophysics).

Offered as part of the Graduate School, GCCUT is an 18-credit certificate program offered over the course of two years that enhances teaching skills through advanced coursework and experiential learning opportunities. Students in the program generally plan to teach in a higher education setting or work in a field that requires facilitation skills. Students receive a formal, transcript-visible credential.

Students complete this training on top of their graduate coursework and research.