2011-2012 Academic Senate Distinguished Faculty Awards
Distinction In Teaching Awarded to David Kim Duong, MD & Harry Hollander, MD
Distinction In Mentoring Awarded to Tracy Weitz, PhD & Bruce Miller, MD
The Academic Senate is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of the Distinction In Teaching and the Distinction In Mentoring Awards.
Recipients of the Academic Senate Distinction In Teaching Awards and the Distinction In Mentoring Awards will be honored at the Academic Senate Distinguished Faculty Awards Ceremony to be held Friday, April 27, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. in HSW-303.
Distinction in Teaching
Category 1 (UCSF Faculty Less Than 5 Years): The 2012 Academic Senate Distinction in Teaching Award for faculty at UCSF five years or fewer goes to David Kim Duong, MD, Health Sciences Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine.
Category 2 (UCSF Faculty More Than 5 Years): The 2012 Academic Senate Distinction in Teaching Award for faculty at UCSF more than five years goes to Harry Hollander, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine.
To select each year’s recipients the Academic Senate Committee on Academic Personnel designates a selection committee comprised of faculty and student representatives from all four schools. Student representatives are assigned by Associate Deans from each of the respective Schools. This award honors teaching efforts with both students and residents.
Distinction in Mentoring
Category 1 (Faculty at the Assistant or Associate rank): The 2012 recipient of the Academic Senate Distinction In Mentoring Award for faculty at the Associate rank is Tracy Weitz, PhD, Associate Professor In Residence, Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences.
Category 2 (Faculty at the rank of full Professor): The 2012 recipient of the Academic Senate Distinction In Mentoring Award for faculty at the rank of full Professor is Bruce Miller, MD, Professor In Residence, Memory & Aging Center, Departments of Neurology & Psychiatry.
Date/Location: Friday, April 27, 2012 at 3:30 p.m. in HSW-303 (reception following on the mezzanine)
The Distinction In Mentoring Award Selection Committee is appointed by the Associate Deans in the respective Schools, and is Chaired by a member of the Committee on Academic Personnel. The review committee has equal representative from all four schools, and is comprised of four professor-level faculty and four at the level of associate professor. This award honors mentoring efforts with both faculty and fellows.