Four From Academic Health Center Honored with All-University Faculty Awards
CINCINNATI—Four faculty from the Academic Health Center were honored with faculty awards at the 2013 All-University Faculty
Awards Celebration on Wednesday, April 17, in the Great Hall, Tangeman
University Center. Faculty Award Winners from the Academic Health Center include:
George Deepe, MD, College of Medicine 2013 Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research >Read full profile
Catharine 'Sunny' Saelinger, PhD, College of Medicine 2013 Exemplary Contributions in Service >Read full profile Eric Warm, MD, College of Medicine 2013 Mrs. A.B. "Dolly” Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching >Read full profile
UC recognized 14 faculty members in total
at the celebration, as well as naming nine faculty members from the
Academic Health Center as new Fellows of the Graduate School.
The Fellows of the Graduate School is an
organization that recognizes distinguished researchers and scholars from
throughout UC. New Fellows are elected annually by the current Fellows
and then appointed for life by the Board of Trustees.
The new fellows include:
Degen, PhD, professor of pediatrics
David Hildeman, PhD, associate
professor of pediatrics
Keith Jones, PhD, professor of pharmacology and
and Arnold Strauss, MD, B.K. Rachford Professor and
Chair, Department of Pediatrics.
New Fellows of the Academy for
Teaching and Learning at UC include:
Jason Blackard, PhD, associate
professor of medicine
Edmund Choi, PhD, associate professor of
molecular genetics, biochemistry and microbiology
PhD, professor of molecular genetics, biochemistry and microbiology
Peter Scheifele, PhD, assistant professor of communications sciences and
disorders in the College of Allied Health Sciences,
and Ruth Anne Van
Loon, PhD, associate professor of social work in the College of Allied
The Academy of Fellows for Teaching and Learning
provides leadership to improve the quality and depth of learning
experiences for both undergraduate and graduate students.
chosen based on their excellence in scholarly teaching and contributions
to student learning and assessment.