North Carolina State University - Department Of Genetics

The Program in Genetics consists of a highly interactive group of scientists with foci in quantitative, developmental and computational genetics. The program also administers outstanding undergraduate and graduate training programs in genetics, partly supported by an NIH training grant on 'The Genetic Architecture of Quantitative Traits'.

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April 02nd, 2012

Sarah Cash receives CALS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Genetics PhD student Sarah Cash will receive the CALS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. Sarah is being recognized for teaching in GN 311P, the recitation and problem session that accompanies GN 311, Principles of Genetics.

Sarah Cash, a Genetics PhD student in Fred Gould's lab, will receive the CALS Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. She is being recognized for teaching in GN 311P, the recitation and problem session that accompanies GN 311, Principles of Genetics. Over the last three years, Sarah taught two sections in Fall 2010 (54 students total), two sections in Spring 2011 (41 students total), three sections in Fall 2011 (63 students total), and three sections in Spring 2012 (70 students total). Sarah, who also won a Department of Genetics teaching award in 2012, was presented with a plaque and check for $1000 at the Gamma Sigma Delta Banquet on April 25, 2012.

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