PhD student Lorelei Blackburn received the Kairos Teaching Award for Graduate Students earlier this year. Professor Ellen Cushman praises Blackburn’s attentiveness to her students and her effective teaching methods: “Lorelei is a masterful teacher: reflective, flexibly structured, and responsive to her students’ needs. Her assignment arcs not only represent well the shared learning outcomes of our programs, but seamlessly integrate to give students robust, project based learning experiences. Whether its first year writing or project management courses in the professional writing major, Blackburn delivers the goods and her students learn.” Ohio State University’s Distinguished Humanities Professor Cynthia Selfe nominated Blackburn for this award.
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