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Teaching Excellence Award

Each year the Mailman School of Public Health honors one of its extraordinary faculty members with the Mailman School Teaching Excellence Award. The selection committee, composed of faculty and students, weigh course materials, course evaluation data, and a student ballot in selecting the recipient. The Teaching Excellence  Award "honors a faculty member who inspires and challenges students, and whose innovative approaches to learning have a lasting impact on our graduates."

The award is presented at the Mailman School commencement ceremony.

Past Honorees

2012 Leslie Roberts
Population and Family Health
2011 Roger Vaughan
Biostatistics
2010 James Colgrove
Sociomedical Sciences
2009 Ana Abraido-Lanza
Sociomedical Sciences
2008 Paul Brandt-Rauff
Environmental Health Sciences
2007 Linda Cushman
Population & Family Health
2006 Melissa Begg
Biostatistics
2005 Michael Sparer
Health Policy & Management
2004 Richard Parker
Sociomedical Sciences
2003 Sharon Schwartz
Epidemiology
2002 Joseph Graziano
Environmental Health Sciences
2001 Robert Fullilove
Sociomedical Sciences
2000 Michael Sparer
Health Policy & Management
1999 Carole Vance
Sociomedical Sciences
1998 Lawrence Brown
Health Policy & Management
1997 Marysol Asencio
Sociomedical Sciences
1996 Sharon Schwartz
Epidemiology
1995 Robert Fullilove
Sociomedical Sciences
1994 Bernard Challenor
Health Policy & Management
1993 Andrew Davidson
Population & Family Health
1992 Andrew Davidson
Population & Family Health

 

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Robert E. Fullilove, EdD
Sociomedical Sciences

2013 Recipient