Each year, the School solicits nominations for achievement awards for faculty and staff members:
John E. Larsh Jr. Award for Mentorship: The purpose of the John E. Larsh Jr. Award for Mentorship is to recognize a current member of the faculty at the School who best exemplifies the qualities of mentoring and commitment to students that Dr. Larsh embodied and valued so highly. Nominations are due in March 2013.
McGavran Award for Excellence in Teaching: The purpose of the McGavran Award is to recognize career-long excellence in teaching by faculty in the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Teaching, in this context, is broadly defined and includes activities outside the classroom setting (e.g., personal mentoring of student research and practice activities, teaching-related administrative roles, and innovative developments in teaching methods and materials). Nominations are due in March 2013.
Bernard G. Greenberg Alumni Endowment Award for Faculty Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service: Nominations are due Nov. 22, 2013. (Learn more on our alumni pages.)
Gillings Innovation + Inspiration Awards: The purpose of these awards is to recognize, reward and celebrate faculty and staff who inspire us with innovations (ideas, programs, products, methods) that have transformed disciplines and accelerated solutions for important public health problems. Award recipients will receive $1,000 and a certificate presented at the spring faculty and staff meeting, scheduled for Thursday, April 18. Nominations are due by March 15 to email@example.com.
Staff Excellence Award: The annual monetary award and recognition are given to an employee who exemplifies outstanding work, as measured by excellent attitude, leadership and outstanding initiative. Nominations for the award will open each fall.
|Last updated October 15, 2013|