School of Veterinary Medicine Teaching
Veterinary Schools teaching awards were presented
during the Veterinary Medical Student Government
Teaching Award Ceremony and Reception on April 27
at Houston Hall.
Robert Gilley, assistant professor of surgery, was
presented the Carl J. Norden Distinguished Teacher
Award. The Norden Award was established in 1963 "to
recognize outstanding teachers who, through their
ability, dedication, character and leadership,
contribute significantly to the advancement of
Alan M. Kelly presented the Deans Award for Leadership
in the Basic Sciences to Dr. Thomas J. Van Winkle,
professor of pathology; and the Deans Award for Leadership
in Clinical Science to Dr. Kathryn Michel, assistant
professor of medicine. The two Deans Awards honor
one faculty member from the clinical departments
and one from the basic science departments who have
made outstanding contributions to teaching their
four classes honored the faculty members they considered
to be outstanding teachers. The Class of 2004 presented
awards to Dr. Dean Richardson, professor of
surgery, and Dr. Robert Gilley, assistant
professor of surgery. The Class of 2005 honored Dr.
Patricia Sertich, associate professor of reproduction. Dr.
Amy Kapatkin, assistant professor of surgery,
received the Class of 2006 Award. The Class of 2007
presented its award to Dr. Mark Donaldson, assistant
professor in equine field service.