Awards & Honors
Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award,
The Ohio State University, 2020
This award is offered by the Office of Student Academic Success - Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry at the Ohio State University. The award honors individuals who have demonstrated success in mentoring undergraduate students in their research. Undergraduate students are invited to submit nominations that describe how their research mentor has (1) supported and inspired them to grow intellectually as a researcher, (2) encouraged and enabled them to reach your future goals, and (3) supported and encouraged them on a personal level.
Graduate Associate Teaching Award,
The Ohio State University, 2019
This is the Ohio State University’s most prestigious teaching honor for graduate students. Out of over 3,000 graduate teaching associates, only ten students are awarded each year for excellence in teaching.
Graduate Student Research Award,
Studying and Self-Regulated Learning Special Interest Group,
American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2019
This award is given to graduate students who are first authors of papers accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of AERA for one of the Studying and Self-Regulated Learning Special Interest Group sessions. The awardees are included in the regular program, and honored at the SIG business meeting.
TA Instructor of Year Award,
Department of Educational Studies, OSU, 2019
This is awarded each year from the Department of Educational Studies to outstanding instructors based on student nominations.
College of Education and Human Ecology, OSU, 2019-20
This fellowship supports outstanding students in the completion of their programs, by allowing them to focus on their dissertation research.
The fellowship covers full tuition and monthly stipends for the 2019-2020 year.
Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship Award,
Ohio State University, 2019-20
The Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS) Program provides grants to support the research and scholarship of promising
doctoral degree candidates for their dissertations.