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Collegiate Teaching Award

Purpose

The purpose of the Collegiate Teaching Award is to annually recognize a faculty for unusually significant and meritorious achievements in teaching. Nominations are welcome from students, colleagues, or department executive officers.

Criteria

Nominees must be Tenure- track or Clinical- track faculty members with a primary appointment in the College of Medicine who have been on faculty for at least 3 years. Faculty members who received this award in the last three years should not be nominated this year.

The nomination packet should include (in this order):

 

  1.  A letter from the nominator describing the nominee's activities and accomplishments which demonstrate unusually significant and meritorious achievement in teaching during the academic years: 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022 (and anticipated Fall 2022). Use the format below [2 page maximum].
    • How does this nominee's teaching practices (including clinical lab or other formal settings) enhance student learning? As part of this discussion, please describe and evaluate the nominee's teaching materials and teaching activities.
    • How does this nominee's other contact with students (mentoring, advising, sponsoring of creative and/or scholarly achievements, etc.) contribute to students’ development (intellectual growth, creative achievement, research, externships, publications, etc.). 
  2. A brief statement of nominee's teaching philosophy (1 page). **Information to be provided by or with consent of the nominee.
  3. A description of the nominee’s teaching activities in the College of Medicine during the academic years listed above including courses, mentoring, advising, curriculum development, or scholarly work related to medical and biosciences education. This description should be in outline or tabular form. **
  4. An inclusive summary of student evaluations of the nominee's teaching (course or clerkship evaluations, etc.) for the past 3 years. The summary should include quantitative data and representative narrative comments.  Quantitative data should include sufficient information to allow reviewers to interpret the data, such as mean and standard deviation or range of scores, description of the rating scale and the number/type of students in the sample. **Note: please put the student evaluation summary in a separate document or on its own page(s) in the nomination packet. Information from the nomination letter may be used to communicate about award recipients, and should not include confidential materials.
  5. A supporting letter by a colleague describing the nominee's excellence in teaching during the above academic years. [limit to 1 page]
  6. Letters written by no more than four students (may include residents) consisting of supporting paragraphs about the nominee's strengths and qualities as a teacher.

 

The nominee should also sign the cover page to indicate permission to release the information contained in the application.

 

The material for each nominee may not exceed 10 pages. The cover page is not included in this count. Nomination materials should be emailed to CCOM-OFAD@uiowa.edu by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 2, 2022.  Incomplete applications or those that exceed length limits may not be reviewed. 

 

Awardees


Year Name Department

2021-2022

Michael Colburn, MD, MEd Stead Family Department of Pediatrics-General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
2020-2021 Richard Roller

Microbiology and Immunology

2019-2020

Brian Gehlbach

Madeline Shea

Internal Medicine

Biochemistry

2018-2019

Harold Adams

Anthony Brenneman

David Price

Andrew Russo

Neurology

Physician Assistant Studies

Biochemistry

Molecular Physiology and Cell Biology

2017-2018

Jason Barker

Ernesto Fuentes

Internal Medicine

Biochemistry

2016-2017

Darren Hoffmann

Chad Tracy

Karolyn Wanat

Mark Wilson

Anatomy and Cell Biology

Urology

Dermatology

Internal Medicine

2015- 2016

Matthew Krasowski

Gregory Schmidt

Marc Wold

Pathology

Internal Medicine

Biochemistry

2014- 2015

Pamela Geyer

Barry Kasson

Joseph Szot

Joseph Turek

Biochemistry

Pharmacology

Internal Medicine

Cardiothoracic Surgery

2013- 2014

Kris DeMali

Sundar Krishnan

Colleen Stockdale

Manish Suneja

Biochemistry

Anesthesia

Obstetrics/Gynecology

Internal Medicine

2012- 2013

Chris Goerdt

John Sharp

M. Todd Washington

Internal Medicine

Surgery

Biochemistry

2011- 2012

Rory Fisher

Gerald Jogerst

Wendy Maury

Daniel Weeks

William Yost

Pharmacology

Family Medicine

Microbiology

Biochemistry

Internal Medicine

2010- 2011

Dale Bieber

Darren Hoffmann

Lori L. Wallrath

Internal Medicine

Anatomy and Cell Biology

Biochemistry

2009- 2010

Gwen Beck

Haraldine (Dee Dee) Stafford

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

2008- 2009

Lisa Antes

Steven Craig

Adrian Elcock

Jill Endres

Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine

Biochemistry

Family Medicine

2007- 2008

George Bergus

John Fieselmann

Peg Nopoulos

Janeta Tansey

Family Medicine

Internal Medicine

Psychiatry

Psychiatry

2006- 2007

David Asprey

Christopher Cooper

John Ely

Kristi Ferguson

Physician Assistant Program

Urology

Family Medicine

Internal Medicine

2005- 2006

David Bedell

Jo A. Benda

Rebecca Hegeman

Family Medicine

Pathology

Internal Medicine