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Six Receive NYU's Distinguished Teaching Award

March 18, 2013

The Distinguished Teaching Award, established in 1987, is presented annually to outstanding fulltime faculty members in recognition that, along with research, exceptional teaching, both within and outside the classroom, is among our institutional priorities.

The award highlights New York University's commitment to teaching excellence and is given annually to selected outstanding members of the faculty. Recipients are presented with a medal and a monetary award.

 

The 2012-13 winners are:

Rachel E. Barkow, Segal Family Professor of Regulatory Law and Policy, School of Law

Elizabeth A. Capezuti, Dr. John W. Rowe Professor in Successful Aging, College of Nursing

Lowell Detweiler, Associate Arts Professor, Department for Stage and Film, Tisch School of the Arts

Fritz Francois, Assistant Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine

Julie Malnig, Associate Professor, Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Deborah K. Padgett, Professor of Social Work, Silver School of Social Work

 

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