Marsh, a professor in the Department of Psychology and the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, received one of the Dean’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching. The award recognizes both her teaching in the classroom, where she has taught General Psychology and other undergraduate courses for 12 years, as well as her graduate teaching and mentorship of both undergraduate and grading students.
“Professor Marsh is a highly accomplished and dedicated teacher-scholar whose contributions have had a significant impact on the field of psychology and the university community,” said Vice Dean of Faculty Elena Silva. “We are honored to recognize Professor Marsh as an outstanding teacher-scholar, and we look forward to her continued success in inspiring and educating the next generation of scholars.”
Marsh has been nominated five times for honors in the College of Arts & Sciences. Last spring, Marsh received the prestigious Bunn Award for Faculty Excellence, which is chosen by a vote of the graduating class and presented to the member of the College of Arts & Sciences faculty who “is admired and respected by all students for their service to Georgetown in the classroom and on the campus community.”