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Craig Teaching Award

James L. Craig Excellence in Teaching Award

A good education begins with a thoughtful, well-prepared, and eager student, and a committed faculty member for whom teaching is critically important. Think about those faculty whose teaching -- in a classroom, in a lab, or one-on-one -- has made a difference in your life and nominate them for the 2017 Craig Award. 

Established by University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health alumnus James L. Craig, MD, (MPH '63), this award recognizes faculty who have excelled in the teaching and mentoring of students. Craig awardees are nominated annually by Pitt Public Health students and selected by a committee of Pitt Public Health students and past Craig awardees. 

Maximize 2015 Craig Awardee, Robin Grubs

Maximize 2014 Craig Awardee, Julie Donohue

Minimize Past Craig Award Honorees

BCHS's Mary Hawk recognized with 2016 Craig Teaching Award

Assistant Professor, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, Mary Hawk  (BCHS '__, '__) was recognized with the Craig Teaching Award at 2016 Convocation.  Presented annually to a nominee selected by students and past honorees, this award for faculty excellence in teaching and mentoring was established by alumnus James L. Craig, MD, (MPH '63).    

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Nominate Faculty for the 2017 Award

Take advantage of this opportunity to show appreciation for a deserving faculty member!

Submit ballots (doc) to Mary Derkach, assistant dean for student affairs, by February 27, 2017. 

Ballots can be e-mailed or submitted in hard copy. Paper ballots are available in A519 Crabtree. 

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