of Veterinary Medicine
teaching awards at the School of Veterinary Medicine are always
presented during the annual Student Government Dinner Dance. This
year the Franklin Institute was the venue and 250 students, faculty,
and staff gathered to celebrate the Veterinary Medical Student
Government Teaching Awards and awards given by the dean.
Alan M. Kelly presented the Dean's
Award for Leadership in Basic Sciences
to Dr. Ronald Harty, assistant professor of microbiology.
Award for Leadership in Clinical Science
presented to Dr. Amy Kapatkin, assistant professor
of surgery. These two awards honor one faculty member from
the clinical departments and one from the basic science departments
who have made outstanding contributions to teaching their
Kenneth Drobatz, associate professor of critical care
medicine, received the Carl
J. Norden Distinguished Teacher Award
established in 1963 "to recognize outstanding teachers
who, through their ability, dedication, character and leadership,
contribute significantly to the advancement of the profession."
four classes honored the faculty members they considered to be
Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 33, May 7, 2002
May 7, 2002
Volume 48 Number 33