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Doctoral candidate Britt Singletary is the recipient of the 2019 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award. This award acknowledges the teaching contribution of our under-recognized GTAs. It also serves to inform the larger community about GTAs’ invaluable contributions to the college’s instructional mission. The review committee highlighted Britt’s commitment to innovative approaches to teaching and her deep commitment to teaching students to write across the curriculum as laudable. Britt’s dedication to teaching will be recognized at the SBS Graduate Convocation.

Britt will defend her dissertation, “Who Cares? How Caregivers Influence Communicative and Cognitive Development during Early Childhood,” this coming Wednesday, May 8, at 9:00 a.m. in Haury Room 215. Read the abstract now. (Anthro News digest date: 5/3/2019)