Teaching Scholars Programs

The Teaching Scholars Program promotes faculty development efforts in the College of Medicine by developing a cadre of faculty with advanced skills in teaching and related areas who can then convey this knowledge to their departments. A new class is accepted every other year with the 9th class starting in September 2017. See the list of participants though the link below.

PDF icon 2023 Program Overview.pdf

PDF icon 2023 Application.pdf

PDF icon Past Participants.pdf

Past Participant Photos


2023 Teaching Scholars Class

(Top row from left to right: Aswani Yashant, Radiology; LeeAnne Flygt, Pediatrics; Elena Garrido, Anesthesia; Kristina Guyton, Surgery; Emma Handler, Anatomy & Cell Biology; Mitchell Luangrath, Pediatrics; Adeeb Oweidat, General Anesthesia. Second row from left to right: Chau Pham, Opthalmology; Akhila Ramakrishna, Pediatrics; Jennifer Strouse, Internal Medicine; Josh Trebach, Emergency Medicine; Lama Abel Wahed, Neurology; Steven Zehring, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation.)