Full-time and volunteer faculty members and residents honored with teaching awards during the 2014 Senior Dinner
Matthew Hodges, PhD, Assistant Professor of Physiology, received the Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Mentor. The recipient of this award is recognized as an outstanding research mentor by the graduate students.
Joseph Carroll, PhD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, received the Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Teacher. The recipient of this award is recognized for outstanding teaching of graduate students.
Stephen Humphrey, MD, resident in Dermatology, and Kathleen Williams, MD, resident in Emergency Medicine, received the MCWAH (Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Inc.) Housestaff Award for Excellence in Teaching. Recipients of this award are housestaff (residents and fellows) who have been recognized by the senior class and graduate medical education program directors for their outstanding contributions to the education of medical students.
Joseph Battista, MD, received the Milwaukee Academy of Medicine Award for Excellence in Teaching. This award is presented annually by the Milwaukee Academy of Medicine to a community physician in private practice who distinguishes himself or herself by exemplary teaching and serves as an outstanding role model for students.
Marshall Dunning, PhD, posthumously received the Harry Beckman Basic Science Teaching Award. Selection is made by the senior class.
Matthew Tews, DO, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, received the Ernest O. Henschel Clinical Teaching Award. Selection is made by the senior class.