Dental faculty, students, and departing
Dean Dr. Raymond Fonseca were honored
by their colleagues with awards for
distinguished teaching and academic
achievement at the School's Alumni
Faculty Senior Day, on April 9. At
the annual event, the awards presented
to faculty members had been chosen
by the senior class.
faculty members have been so honored
in the past. For the third consecutive
year, Dr. Yi-Tai Jou, SDM '99,
assistant professor of endodontics,
was presented the Earl Bank Hoyt Award,
for teaching excellence by a graduate
of the University who is a full-time
junior faculty member. For the tenth
year in a row, the Basic Science Award
for excellence in teaching in the
basic science was awarded to Dr.
Elliot Hersh, associate professor
of pharmacology in the Department
of Oral Surgery/Pharmacology.
Joseph L.T. Appleton Award, presented
to a part-time faculty member for
excellence in clinical teaching, went
to Dr. Arthur Steinberg, clinical
professor of restorative dentistry.
Robert E. DeRevere Award was awarded
to Dr. Margrit Maggio, director
of the Preclinical Laboratory in the
Department of Restorative Dentistry,
for excellence in preclinical teaching
by a part-time faculty member.
honor of his 14 years of leadership, the
Class of 2003 presented Dean Raymond
Fonseca with a golden apple.
Almanac, Vol. 49, No. 32, May 6, 2003