The 2016 Inspirational Educator Award recipient is Stephen R. Dlouhy, Ph.D. Associate Research Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics and Associate Research Professor of Pahtology & Laboratory Medicine.
The purpose of the inspirational educator award is to recognize faculty who inspire their learners and motivate them to work hard and achieve more than they thought possible on their own. This prestigious award acknowledges the time and dedication faculty take to be exceptional teachers. Honorees are consistently noted for their teaching effectiveness, commitment to learning, and passion for biomedical education. Long after their experience with faculty members of this caliber, learners still recall the impact that they had on their own education and passion for medicine and/or research. These awards allow the School of Medicine to honor and celebrate the valuable efforts of educators who motivate and inspire others.
One recipient will be selected per year. Each award recipient will be honored with a monetary award in the amount of $1,500 and will be highlighted on the OFAPD website.
The awards are designed to honor educators in the School of Medicine community who exemplify truly extraordinary teaching. Candidates are assessed on the growth and development of learners as well as the ways in which they role model positive attributes of biomedical professionals.
The inspirational educator award will be given to one faculty members who consistently:
Any full, part-time, and volunteer faculty member who has taught in the School of Medicine for at least three years is eligible. Past years winners of the award are not eligible. Self-nominations are not permitted. Any faculty member, administrator, or learner (student, resident, fellow, or postdoc) can submit a nomination. In most cases a learner would nominate a faculty member. However, fellow faulty members who admire the teaching of their colleagues may drive the nomination process and solicit letters from the candidate’s learners. An award may be conferred only once to a faculty member, however, a nomination will remain active for a three (3) year period. Candidates will be permitted to update their nomination materials but are not required to do so. While not required, it is recommended that candidates update their nomination materials.
There will be an open call for nominations in In-SCOPE, electronic list serves, and via the OFAPD website. Nominations should be submitted to the Office of Faculty Affairs and Professional Development (OFAPD) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Self-nominations are not permitted.
The nomination packet must include:
Nominations will be reviewed and selected by the IUSM Teaching Awards Committee members.
Nominations are due by July 29, 2016
Award winners will be announced at the 2016 Fall Faculty Meeting
|2015 Winner: Kevin G. Rodgers, M.D., Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine|
|2014 Winner: Richard B. Gunderman, M.D., Ph.D., Chancellor’s Professor, IUPUI, Professor of Radiology & Imaging Sciences, Professor of Pediatrics, Professor of Medical Education, Professor of Philosophy, School of Liberal Arts, Professor of Medical Humanities & Health Studies, School of Liberal Arts|