Alumni Association honors excellence in teaching
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, 13 faculty members are being recognized with Excellence in Teaching Awards.
BLOOMBERG SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH: Robert Blum, the William H. Gates Sr. Professor and chair of the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health; David Dowdy, assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology; David Holtgrave, professor and chair of the Department of Health, Behavior and Society; and Ann-Michele Gundlach, adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management.
CAREY BUSINESS SCHOOL: Stacey Lee, assistant professor in the practice track.
KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES: Christopher Falzone, professor in the Department of Chemistry.
PEABODY INSTITUTE: Hollis Robbins, chair of the Humanities Department.
SAIS: Arntraud Hartmann, adjunct professor of international development at SAIS Bologna.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION: Michelle Muratori, faculty associate (who is also a full-time senior counselor/researcher at the university's Center for Talented Youth).
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: Margaret S. Shisolm, associate professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and director of education in the Department of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Bayview.
SCHOOL OF NURSING: Kelly Bower, assistant professor in the Department of Community-Public Health Nursing; and Kathleen Woodruff, instructor, also in the Department of Community-Public Health Nursing.
WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING: Yair Amir, professor in the Department of Computer Science.