Geheb gets teaching assistant fellowship from UMaine Graduate School

Ethan Geheb, a doctoral student in STEM education in the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development, has received a Susan J. Hunter Teaching Assistantship from the UMaine Graduate School. Geheb will teach a lower division undergraduate course during either the fall 2023 or spring 2024 semester. The fellowship also includes a $10,000 stipend and a tuition waiver. Geheb ’13, ’18G joined the STEM Education Ph.D. program after earning both his bachelor of science in biomedical engineering and a Master of Science in Teaching from UMaine. His dissertation research focuses on engineering education. More graduate student awards were announced on the UMaine Graduate School website.