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Six Romance Languages Graduate Students Receive 2024 Outstanding Teaching Award

Left to right: Alvaro Ley Garrido, Talita Nassur, and Michel Soares do Carmo

Every year the Center for Teaching and Learning recognizes the significant contributions graduate students make to the instructional mission of the University of Georgia through Teaching Awards sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction. This year, graduate students Erin Bolívar (PhD candidate in Hispanic Studies & Italian), María González-Ferrer (PhD candidate in Hispanic Linguistics), Álvaro Ley Garrido (PhD student in Hispanic Studies), Joshua McNeill (PhD candidate in Linguistics, Teaching Assistant of French), Talita Nassur (PhD student in Portuguese), and Michel Soares do Carmo (PhD student in Portuguese) were recognized with this honor.  

Recipients of the 2024 Outstanding Teaching Award were formally recognized at the Annual Spring Teaching Celebration, which was held on Wednesday, April 3, in the Victor K. Wilson Ballroom in Memorial Hall. 

Pictured: Álvaro Ley Garrido, Talita Nassur, and Michel Soares do Carmo

Personnel in this Article

PhD Candidate, Hispanic Studies & Italian, Teaching Assistant of Spanish and French
PhD Candidate, Research Assistant of Spanish
PhD Student, Hispanic Studies, Teaching Assistant of Spanish
PhD Candidate, Linguistics, Teaching Assistant of French
Teaching Assistant, Portuguese Flagship Program

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