Volume 50, Issue 1
2013 Foundations Awards
- American Medical Student Association Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching:
William Raszka, M.D., professor of pediatrics and director of the Attacks and Defenses course.
- Outstanding Foundations Course:
Cardiovascular, Respiratory and Renal Systems
- Foundations Course Director Award:
William Hopkins, M.D., associate professor of medicine and course director, Cardiovascular, Respiratory and Renal Systems
- Foundations Teaching Award:
Rebecca Wilcox, M.D., assistant professor of pathology. The recipient of this award will be hooding the Class of 2015 at their graduation and will be recognized with other Teachers of the Year from the past.
- The Dean Warshaw Integration Award:
Robert Low, Ph.D., professor emeritus of molecular physiology and biophysics and interim provost at UVM. This award recognizes the faculty member whose teaching best captured the spirit of the VIC.
- The Silver Stethoscope Award:
Ellen Black, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurological sciences. This award recognizes the faculty member who had few lecture hours, but made a substantial contribution to students’ education.
- Above and Beyond Award:
William Hopkins, M.D., associate professor of medicine. This award recognizes the faculty member who went above and beyond the call of duty to help the students in their learning objectives.
- Best Support Staff (Non-teaching):
Aaron Hurwitz, M.Ed., VIC coordinator. This award recognizes the staff member who best supported students in areas besides teaching.
- Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award:
Tyler Stewart, UVM College of Medicine Class of 2013
- Additional Awards
- AMWA Gender Equity Award:
Pamela Gibson, M.D., associate professor of pathology. This award honors a male or female faculty member who promotes a gender-fair environment for the education and training of physicians and gender diversity in the field.
- Standardized Patient Award:
- Wellness Award:
Anisha Patel, UVM College of Medicine Class of 2015. This award recognized a student who went above and beyond to help class members.
- The B. Albert Ring, M.D. Memorial Grant Award:
Benjamin Brown, UVM College of Medicine Class of 2015. This award recognizes a student who best exemplifies compassion, humor, humility, devotion to family and friends, and intellectual curiosity. The award, created in 1989 following Ring’s death by his family and friends, honored the educator, clinician and scholar who served as a professor of radiology at the UVM College of Medicine.
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