Congratulations to Rob Nazarian, an AI (Assistant in Instruction) in GEO 425, on receiving the 2015 Arnold Guyot Graduate Student Teaching Prize. The prize is awarded for excellence in instruction and interactions with undergraduate students, contributions to course curricula and length of service of teaching a course in the Geosciences Department. The award was announced at the Geosciences picnic and comes with an honorary certificate and a monetary prize.
For the McGraw Undergradudate Program, Rob is part of a team of graduate fellows who work directly with Princeton undergraduates to strengthen their learning strategies and skills. He designs and teaches workshops that enhance approaches to learning in the physical sciences.