Prof. Amy Shuman Awarded the Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award

February 17, 2016
Photo of Amy Shuman, center, surrounded by administrators and faculty after receiving the award
Professor Amy Shuman was presented with the Alumni Distinguished Teaching Award! Amy was presented with the award on February 16, 2016. Amy was nominated for this award by a number of her current and former graduate students, who wrote a detailed letter about her inspirational teaching, advising, and mentoring.
The Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching annually recognizes a maximum of ten faculty members for their teaching excellence. Students, faculty, and alumni may nominate faculty; and a committee of students, previous recipients, and alumni choose the recipients. 
Recipients are recognized with a $3,000 honorarium made possible by gifts from The Ohio State University Alumni Association, University Advancement, and the Office of Academic Affairs. In addition, the Office of Academic Affairs awards an increase of $1,200 to each recipient’s base salary. Members are also inducted into the Academy of Teaching:
Congratulations, Amy, on this esteemed and well-deserved recognition of your many years of excellent teaching of OSU students.