Carnegie Mellon University
March 31, 2016

Graduate Student Teachers Honored for Excellence

ana cooke and Sihui (Echo) Ke won the 2016 graduate student teaching award

This year’s co-winners of Carnegie Mellon University’s Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Graduate Student Teaching Award have one thing in common: excellence in teaching.

Since 2001, a college-wide committee has selected award winners based on teaching scores and letters of recommendation from faculty and students, among other criteria. This year, the committee chose two winners: Ana Cooke and Sihui (Echo) Ke.

A Ph.D. candidate in rhetoric within the Department of English, Cooke holds a master of arts degree in rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon and a B.A. in English from Reed College. Prior to coming to CMU, Ana taught ESL writing to adults and worked as a professional textbook editor.

Learn more about Cooke and Ke.