2014 SPH P&A and Faculty Award winners

									Charlie Plain |
																			May 22, 2014
					

The winners of the 2014 SPH P&A and Faculty Awards were recently announced at the Spring Assembly and Faculty Meeting on May 15. The awards recognize excellence in student advising, work and teaching among SPH faculty and staff. The recipients received a plaque, a permanent display in the School and a cash award.

Award winners Brad Carlin, Helen Voelker, Ann Brearley and Alan Lifson.

The School of Public Health Award for Excellence in Advising
Brad Carlin, PhD, Professor, Division of Biostatistics

The School of Public Health Award for Excellence in Advising recognizes faculty who are particularly outstanding in their roles as academic, field experience or project/theses advisors.

The School of Public Health P&A Excellence Award
Helen T. Voelker, Management Information Systems Coordinator, Division of Biostatistics

The School of Public Health P&A Excellence Award recognizes a member of the Academic Professional and Administrative (P&A) staff who has made distinguished contributions to the missions of the University of Minnesota and the School of Public Health.

The Charles N. Hewitt Creative Teaching Award
Ann Brearley, PhD, MS, Instructor, Division of Biostatistics

The Charles N. Hewitt Creative Teaching Award recognizes faculty who have made an outstanding contribution in special areas of public health education. The award symbolizes the School’s commitment to learning through especially creative, innovative and effective teaching of undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional students.

The Leonard M. Schuman Award for Excellence in Teaching
Alan R. Lifson, MD, MPH, Professor, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health

The Leonard M. Schuman Award for Excellence in Teaching is the School’s highest honor and recognizes exceptional teachers who challenge students with articulate presentations and thought-provoking analyses.

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