Two School of Medicine faculty were honored on Aug. 12.
Maureen Garrity, PhD, associate professor, Department of Medicine, and associate dean, Department of Student Affairs, was recognized as a dedicated leader, advocate and mentor to students and colleagues. One letter of nomination states: “Dean Garrity is an exemplar of professionalism, with a longstanding record of dedication to the well-being of students.”
Wendy Madigosky, MD, associate professor, Department of Family Medicine and director, Foundations of Doctoring Curriculum, was recognized for her remarkable interprofessional professionalism. One letter of nomination states: “Her skills in working across the professions with respect, integrity and commitment to excellence have been recognized by School of Medicine faculty and administrators, as well as faculty and administrators within the College of Nursing, School of Pharmacy, Physical Therapy Program, CHA-PA Program, School of Dental Medicine and Anesthesiologist Assistant Program.”
Congratulations to both honorees, as well as all nominees for these distinguished awards.