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Students Recognize Outstanding Faculty 2017-2018

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The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) promotes, supports, and champions educational excellence.

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The Bloomberg School of Public Health has a long tradition and a firm commitment to providing its students with instruction of the highest quality. Excellence in teaching stimulates intellectual curiosity in students and prepares them to address the most challenging public health problems facing the world today. Each term, the School recognizes faculty who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the School through their excellence in teaching.

Honorees are those instructors who received an average score of 3.6 or above (on a scale from a low of 1 to a high of 4) in both the Overall Course and Overall Instructor categories of their student course evaluations, with a response rate of 70% or higher. The School would like to express our deep appreciation and congratulations to the following faculty members who have achieved teaching excellence so far in Academic Year 2017-2018.

Summer InstituteSummer Term, Term 1, Term 2, Winter Intersession,  Term 3,  Term 4

Summer Institute

Carlos Castillo-Salgado
Professor, Epidemiology/ Population, Family and Reproductive Health(Joint)/ Health Policy and Management (Joint)
Course: Professional Epidemiologic Methods: Topics and Methods for Health Situation Analysis

Jason Connor
Statistical Scientist, Berry Consultants
Course: Bayesian Adaptive Trials

Lisa Cooper
Professor, Health Behavior and Society/ Epidemiology(Joint), Health Policy and Management(Joint)
Course: Applications of Innovative Methods in Health Equity Research

Josef Coresh
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Methods and Applications of Cohort Studies

Manuel Franco
Associate Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Social Epidemiology

Lindsay R. Grant
Assistant Scientist, International Health
Course: Collecting, Analyzing and Using Public Health Data in Native American Communities

Michael Griswold
Associate Professor, Biostatistics
Course: Analysis of Longitudinal Data

David Pena Guzman
Hecht-Levi Fellow, Berman Institute of Bioethics
Course: Sex, Drugs, and Bioethics 

Lisa Jacobson
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Conducting Epidemiologic Research

Peter Lees
Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: Industrial Hygiene Laboratory

Tianjing Li
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

Dave Love
Associate Scientist, Environmental Health & Engineering
Course: Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis

Allan Massie
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Stata Programming

Tanjala Purnell
Associate Professor School of Medicine / Epidemiology (Joint) / Health Behavior and Society (Joint)
Course: Applications of Innovative Methods in Health Equity Research  
               
Travis Rieder
Associate, Health, Policy and Management / Berman Institute of Bioethics
Course: The Ethics of Making Babies

Summer Rosenstock
Assistant Scientist, International Health
Course: Collecting, Analyzing and Using Public Health Data in Native American Communities

Anne Rositch
Assistant Professor, Epidemiology/ School of Medicine (Joint)
Course: Global Cancer Epidemiology

Ana María Rule
Assistant Scientist, Environmental Health Engineering
Course: Industrial Hygiene Laboratory

Moyses Szklo
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Intermediate Epidemiology

Tara Sullivan
Associate, Health Behavior and Society
Course: Improving Global Public Health Through Knowledge Application, Continuous Learning, and Adaptation

Peter Zandi
Professor, Mental Health/ Epidemiology(Joint)
Course: Current Issues in Military Mental Health

Carla Zelaya
Associate, Epidemiology
Course: U.S. Based National Health Surveys: Their Application and Associated Research Methods

Summer Term

Rosa Crum
Professor, Epidemiology
Course: Principles of Epidemiology