Prinster receives 2014 L & S Teaching Fellow Award

April 2014

Scott Prinster has received a 2014 Letters & Sciences Teaching Fellow Award for his outstanding work as an experienced teaching assistant. He has taught for seven semesters in the History of Science department, as well as teaching courses in astronomy and global studies. The College of Letters & Sciences selects 15 Fellows each year on the basis of their past teaching success and their suitability to mentor new and inexperienced TAs. Scott and the other Fellows will serve as instructors in the L&S Fall TA Training, and receive a cash award as well. Scott is a graduate student currently writing his dissertation titled “Reading the Bible Scientifically: Science and the Rise of Modern Biblical Criticism in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century America.”