UNC School of Medicine's Academy of Educators Awards

The UNC School of Medicine's Academy of Educators recognized seven faculty for teaching excellence at their first Evening of Scholarship event.

 

Marianne HenryMarianna Henry, associate professor in the Pediatric Pulmonary Division of the Department of Pediatrics, was chosen to receive the Clinical Preceptor Excellence in Teaching Award. This award recognizes faculty who are excellent teachers and role models for medical students during their clinical training.
Suresh NagappenSuresh Nagappan, the Pediatric Clerkship Site Director at Moses Cone Health System, as chosen to receive the Clinical Preceptor Excellence in Teaching Award. This award recognizes faculty who are excellent teachers and role models for medical students during their clinical training.
Jane BriceJane Brice, associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine was chosen to receive the Medical Student Research Mentor Award. This award recognizes excellence in training medical students in the fundamentals of medical research and research ethics.
Leonard ParkerLeonard A. Parker, Jr, associate professor in the Department of Radiology was chosen to receive the Medical Student Advisor Award. This award recognizes dedication and effectiveness as a medical student advisor for faculty who are not officially part of the School of Medicine advising system.
Kurt GillilandKurt Gilliland, assistant professor in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, was chosen to receive the Innovation in Teaching Award. This award recognizes innovation in medical student teaching.
Kenya McNeal-TriceKenya McNeal-Trice, assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics, was chosen to receive the Innovation in Teaching Award. This award recognizes innovation in medical student teaching.
Royce MontgomeryRoyce Montgomery, professor in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology was chosen to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. This award recognizes faculty who have demonstrated sustained excellence in teaching and mentoring medical students over 10 years or more. To view a video interview of Dr. Montgomery speaking on his teaching experiences in relation to this award click here.
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