Celebrate Teaching! Month

Celebrate Teaching! Month honors the hard work of UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health faculty and staff.

Throughout the month of February, events are held to recognize outstanding faculty through the Teaching Innovation Awards and offer teaching and advising resources. Read more about he history of the Celebrate Teaching! Month.

2012-2013 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2013-2014 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2013-2014 award recipients (read more)

  • Stephen Cole, PhD, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, EPID
  • Lori Evarts, MPH, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, PHLP
  • Rebecca Fry, PhD, Associate Professor, ESE
  • Amanda Holliday, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, NUTR
  • Beth Moracco, PhD, Research Associate Professor, HB; Adjunct Associate Professor, MCH
  • Lewis Margolis, MD, Associate Professor, MCH
  • Kathy Roggenkamp, MA, Instructor, BIOS
  • Karl Umble, PhD, Adjunct Assistant Professor and Distance Learning Specialist, HPM

2012-2013 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2012-2013 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2012-2013 award recipients (read more)

  • Orlando Coronell, PhD, Assistant Professor, ESE
  • Amy Herring, ScD, Professor, BIOS
  • Amanda Holliday, MS, Clinical Assistant Professor, NUTR
  • John Paul, PhD, Clinical Professor, HPM
  • Kurt Ribisl, PhD, Professor, HB
  • David Richardson, PhD, Associate Professor, EPID
  • Marcia Roth, MPH, Director of Training Initiatives, MCH
  • Anthony Viera, MD, Director, Health Care and Prevention MPH, PHLP

2011-2012 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2011-2012 Teaching Innovation Awards winners.

2011-2012 award recipients (read more)

  • Linda Adair, PhD, Professor, NUTR
  • Rebecca Fry, PhD, Associate Professor, ESE
  • Sherri Green, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, MCH
  • Amy Herring, ScD, Professor, BIOS
  • Diane Kelly, DrPH, Adjunct Assistant Professor, PHLP
  • John Paul, PhD, Clinical Professor, HPM
  • Charles Poole, ScD, Associate Professor, EPID
  • Kurt Ribisl, PhD, Professor, HB