Graduate student recognized for excellence in teaching
Kelly Winsco, a graduate student in the Department of Animal Science, is a recipient of the 2011-2012 Association of Former Students’ Distinguished Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Teaching presented April 10, 2012 in College Station.
This award recognizes Winsco’s outstanding academic record and excellence in teaching. In addition, the awards program, created in 1965, recognizes the important role graduate students play in the mission of Texas A&M. Each recipient was presented a framed certificate and a custom watch which will be lasting mementos of this award.
Winsco, from Snellville, Ga., is pursuing a doctoral degree in equine nutrition under the direction of Dr. Josie Coverdale. She completed her bachelor’s degree in animal science and dairy science from the University of Georgia in 2007 and master’s degree in animal science from Texas A&M in 2009.
Winsco has served as a teaching assistant at Texas A&M since she joined the department in 2007. She taught Biology 111 and 112 for two semesters in the Department of Biology. Since then she has taught numerous laboratory sections for equine courses in the Department of Animal Science including ANSC 108, 201, 311, 420 and 421. Winsco currently serves as the primary instructor for ANSC 201 and ANSC 311.