Meteorology Graduate Student Receives Provost’s Certificate of Distinction in Teaching
Dickinson will be receiving a Provost’s Certificate of Distinction in Teaching. This is an honor created for those who show exceptional hard work and dedication in their teaching. The top 10 percent of graduate teaching assistants is determined by student course evaluations, which are anonymously completed by students in a course at the end of the semester.
Dr. Jason Furtado, the instructor for Radiation and Climate, says he was very happy with the course and Dickinson’s work:
Ty was an outstanding TA for METR 4233 and was dedicated to helping the students succeed in the course. He also lectured on a few occasions and did an excellent job with those lectures as well. I am very happy with Ty’s overall performance as a TA as well as a graduate student in our School.
The School of Meteorology is extremely proud of our committed and excellent teaching assistants.
The teaching assistants will be recognized at a special reception honoring their outstanding teaching performance on Tuesday, March 5 from