Kis Wins Third Teaching Award

Kis Wins Third Teaching Award

Dr. Kis was awarded the third award in November 2017.

Each year, the OU Provost’s office combs through student course evaluations and identifies the top ten percent of all graduate assistants across campus. Those graduate assistants are then awarded the Provost’s Certificate of Distinction in Teaching. After considerations of the Spring 2017 evaluations, our own Dr. Amanda Kis received her third such award. (She was previously awarded for the Spring and Fall 2016 semesters.) Students consistently report enjoying and benefitting from their time with Kis as an instructor, and she often offers her services to students as a tutor as well. Dr. Kis began her academic career at the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor’s degree in Math and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, but came to OU for her Master’s and doctorate degrees in Meteorology. We are grateful that she chose to continue to work as an instructor in the School after finishing Ph.D. in Meteorology, and greatly appreciate all of our incredible instructors!