Priti Shah was one of five University of Michigan faculty members to be named Arthur F. Thurnau Professors this year in recognition of their outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. Recipients of the award retain the title throughout their careers at U-M and receive a $20,000 grant to support their teaching. According to The University Record, Shah was selected for this award based on her “strong commitment to teaching and learning, excellence and innovation in teaching, and dedication to working effectively with a diverse student body.” This includes her creation of the STAR (Students Tackling Advanced Research) program, which, “acquaints 28-30 students each year with the real-world impact of psychology research.” Read more about Shah and the other 2022 Thurnau recipients in The University Record.