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Moinul Rahat

Physics graduate student receives Graduate School Teaching Award

Physics graduate student, Moinul Rahat, has been selected as one of the recipients of the Graduate Student Teaching Awards for 2019-2020.  Each academic year, the UF Graduate School recognizes the best, brightest and most industrious of the University of Florida’s graduate teaching assistants for their work as instructors in the classroom and laboratory.

Moinul was recommended for the award by Dr. Bob DeSerio, director of undergraduate labs, “Throughout Moinul’s four years of teaching in the physics lab, he has consistently progressed to where he is now one of our best instructors. His students appreciate his straightforward explanations for the range of phenomena they investigate in the laboratory and consistently give him excellent evaluations. Moinul spends little time sitting at the instructor table, preferring to check on his students’ progress and offering help and suggestions getting them through the many tasks that experimental studies entail. He knows how to explain the basics of data acquisition and analysis procedures as well as the physics under investigation to undergraduates at multiple levels. Moinul Rahat is a dedicated teacher who has worked hard to develop excellent pedagogical skills that are greatly appreciated by the students in his lab sections.”

Congratulations to Moinul on this well deserved award!

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