Rosie Dent has won the School of Arts and Sciences Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching by Graduate Students for the 2012-2013 academic year.  These awards are presented annually to graduate students in the arts and sciences to recognize their contributions to teaching at the undergraduate level.  The awards seek to recognize teaching that is intellectually rigorous, exceptionally coherent, and has had considerable impact on students. The award carries with it a $600 prize.  Recipients are honored at an awards ceremony of April 25th, along with recipients of the School's faculty teaching awards.

Congratulations, Rosie!! Many of Rosie's former and current students wrote glowing letters in support of her teaching.