David Harrison Award
Given annually by the Academy of Distinguished Educators, The David A. Harrison Distinguished Educator Award is the School of Medicine's most prestigious teaching award, reserved for its most distinguished teachers, recognizing a lifetime of excellence in teaching.
Award: $10,000/year for 5 years, a gift, membership in the Academy of Distinguished Educators, and the title, The David A. Harrison Distinguished Educator, for life.
Who is eligible? All fulltime SOM Associate or full Professors with a minimum of 10 years of sustained excellence at UVa in teaching and mentoring medical students, housestaff, postdoctoral fellows, or biomedical sciences graduate students.
Who may nominate? Any fulltime UVa SOM faculty member at Associate Professor level or higher who is familiar with the nominee's "lifetime of excellence in teaching."
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Hale Graham (firstname.lastname@example.org; 924-8497)
Selection Committee: The committee will include the Academy of Distinguished Educators Co-Chairs, previous Harrison Award recipients, and the Senior Associate Dean for Education.
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