Since 1992, the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association has annually honored faculty throughout the university who excel in the art of teaching. The nomination and selection methods differ by school, but students must be involved in the process. The award can be given to one or more teachers, or, if a division so desires, in different classifications.
This year, 17 faculty members are being recognized with Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Marie Diener-West, a professor of biostatistics; Kristin Mmari, an associate professor in Population, Family and Reproductive Health; Tonia Poteat, an assistant professor of epidemiology; and Bradley Herring, an associate professor of health policy and management.
Carey Business School
Stacey Lee, an assistant professor of law and ethics; and Haiyang Yang, an assistant professor of marketing.
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Karen Masterson, adjunct faculty in the Writing Program of the school's Advanced Academic Programs; Anne Eakin Moss, an assistant professor in the Humanities Center; Colin Wilson, an associate professor in the Department of Cognitive Science; and Tianyi Ren, a graduate assistant in the Mathematics Department.
Alexander Shtarkman, Piano faculty.
Sanam Vakil, an adjunct professor of Middle East studies at SAIS Europe.
School of Education
Aparna Ramaswamy, an assistant professor in the Counseling and Human Development program.
School of Medicine
Stephen Sozio, an assistant professor of Medicine-Nephrology.
School of Nursing
Elizabeth Tanner, a professor in Community-Public Health and director of Interprofessional Education; and Nancy Sullivan, an assistant professor in Acute and Chronic Care and director of Clinical Simulation.
Whiting School of Engineering
Michael Beer, an associate professor of biomedical engineering.
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