The School of Medicine Distinguished Teaching Awards Ceremony will be noon Monday, April 23, in rooms 112 and 113 of the Learning Resources Center. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.
This year's nominations exceeded past years, as faculty efforts to provide excellent teaching have been noticed.
Daniel Tolbert, Ph.D., department of surgery, Center for Anatomical Science and Education, for presentation skills (pre-clinical)
Carole Vogler, M.D., department of pathology for presentation skills (clinical)
William Mootz, M.D., department of internal medicine, Office of Curricular Affairs, for clinical teaching
James Deckert, M.D., department of family and community medicine for small group facilitation (clinical)
Adriana Montano, Ph.D., department of pediatrics for small group facilitation (pre-clinical)
Stuart Slavin, M.D., M.Ed., department of pediatrics, Office of Curricular Affairs, for humanism (pre-clinical)
Mark Varvares, M.D., department of otolaryngology for humanism (clinical)