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PhD Social Gerontology student receives 2018 GSA TA Excellence Award

Congratulations to PhD Social Gerontology student, Stephanie Hatzifilalithis, who is the successful recipient of the GSA Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistant Excellence Award.

Nov 09, 2018

The McMaster Graduate Students Association (GSA) recognizes exceptional students and staff through annually distributed awards presented by the GSA and the School of Graduate Studies.

This year, Stephanie Hatzifilalithis, Year 3 PhD Social Gerontology student, is the successful recipient of the GSA Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistant Excellence Award.

The award honours the contributions that teaching assistants make to undergraduate education at McMaster University.  Established by the GSA and the Leppmann family, each year, the Academic Affairs Committee accepts nominations from undergraduate students and evaluates nominees on the following criteria: (1) commitment to teaching; (2) reliability; (3) enthusiasm for the subject matter; (4) personality; (5) adaptability; and (6) communication skills.

The Department of Health, Aging & Society congratulates Stephanie on this accomplishment.

The GSA Awards were presented at the annual Graduate Student Recognition Awards Ceremony, which took place on November 8, 2018 at The Phoenix Bar and Grill.

For a complete list of 2018 award winners, visit the School of Graduate Studies - Graduate Student Recognition Awards page.