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May 6, 2010


Teaching Excellence

Excellence at the Bloomberg School begins with committed, outstanding teachers. In recognition of their success in the classroom, the School would like to thank and honor faculty who have impressive accomplishments in teaching. In the third term of the 2009–10 academic year, based on students’ course evaluations, 29 faculty members were identified as exceptional teachers in 24 courses.

In the third term, 145 courses were evaluated by students.
(View list of outstanding teachers in past terms.)

—Stephen Teret, associate dean for faculty and education, and James Yager, senior associate dean for academic affairs and Edyth H. Schoenrich Professor in Preventive Medicine


3rd term | 2009-10

Deborah Agus
Assistant Professor, Mental Health
Principles of Public Mental Health Delivery in the Community Context

George Alleyne
Professor, International Health
Case Studies in Management Decision-Making*

Susan Baker
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Alcohol, Society and Health*
Policy, Politics and Transportation Safety

Catherine Bradshaw
Associate Professor, Mental Health
Social, Psychological, and Developmental Processes in the Etiology of Mental Disorders

Richard Chaisson
Professor, International Health
Epidemiologic Basis for Tuberculosis Control*

Robert Dodd
Associate, Health Policy and Management
Policy, Politics and Transportation Safety

George Everly
Associate, International Health
Stress Management for Relief Workers

Homayoon Farzadegan
Professor, Epidemiology
Epidemiology and Natural History of Human Viral Infections
Advanced Topics on Control and Prevention of HIV/AIDS

Constantine Frangakis
Professor, Biostatistics
Causal Inference in Medicine and Public Health*

Thomas Glass
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Advanced Seminar in Social Epidemiology

Jonathan Golub
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Epidemiologic Basis for Tuberculosis Control*

Ann-Michele Gundlach
Assistant Professor, Health Policy and Management
Foundations of Leadership: A Leadership Survey Course

David Holtgrave
Professor, Health, Behavior and Society
Translating Research into Public Health Programs I

David Jernigan
Associate Professor, Health, Behavior and Society
Alcohol, Society and Health*

Robert Lawrence
Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
Special Studies in Food Production, Public Health and the Environment*
Seminar in Health and Human Rights II

Cynthia Minkovitz
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Attitudes, Programs and Policies for Children with Special Health Care Needs

Catherine Morrison
Associate, Health Policy and Management
Interest-Based Negotiation: Preparation Analysis and Practice

Laura Murray
Assistant Professor, International Health
Intervention Programming for Mental Health Research in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Roni Neff
Assistant Scientist, Environmental Health Sciences
Baltimore Food Systems: A Case Study of Urban Food Environments*

Anne Palmer
Research Associate, Health, Behavior and Society
Baltimore Food Systems: A Case Study of Urban Food Environments*

David Peters
Associate Professor, International Health
Case Studies in Management Decision-Making*

Naresh Punjabi
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Planning and Funding Clinical Research I

Kathleen Roche
Assistant Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Social Ecology of Adolescent Health

Donna Strobino
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Clinical Aspects of Reproductive Health

Elizabeth Stuart
Assistant Professor, Mental Health
Causal Inference in Medicine and Public Health*

Stephen Teret
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Public Health and the Law*

Jon Vernick
Associate Professor, Health Policy and Management
Public Health and the Law*

Polly Walker
Research Associate, Environmental Health Sciences
Special Studies in Food Production, Public Health and the Environment*

Virginia Weaver
Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences
Clinical Environmental and Occupational Toxicology

*This class was co-taught with another instructor.

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