Brian Geiss (Associate Professor, MIP) wins Best Teacher Award from CSU Alumni Association.

Brian Geiss, Ph.D.

Brian Geiss, an associate professor in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, came to CSU in 2005 as a researcher and joined the faculty in 2010. He helped establish the master’s program in microbiology and immunology and offers life lessons beyond laboratory and textbook learning so that graduates are prepared to succeed in the field. He’s also been a respected researcher throughout his career and continues to work in the lab, searching for new answers to existing problems.

Each year, students, faculty and alumni nominate the teachers who’ve inspired them and made an impact in their lives for the Best Teacher Awards.

The 2020 recipients of the Best Teacher Awards, representing five colleges, will be celebrated on March 25 at the Best Teacher Awards banquet.

Organized by the Colorado State University Alumni Association, event tickets are available — $5 for students, $15 for Alumni Association members and $20 for nonmembers. Tickets include a plated dinner and dessert.

Click Here to view the award page!