Outstanding Faculty Awards

The following received Outstanding Faculty Awards at the Georgia Regents University University Senate Campus-Wide Faculty Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, March 19.


College of Allied Health Sciences

Miriam Cortez-Cooper, PT, PhD, Associate Professor, Physical Therapy

Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Pamela Hayward, PhD, Professor, Communications

James M. Hull College of Business

Todd. A. Schultz, PhD, Professor & Director, Computer & Information Sciences

College of Dental Medicine

Solon Kao, DDS, Associate Professor, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

College of Education

Paulette Harris, EdD, Cree-Walker Professor, Counselor Education, Leadership & Research

The Graduate School         

Lawrence Layman, MD, Professor

University Libraries

Julie Gaines, MLIS, Associate Professor and Head, GRU/UGA Medical Partnership Campus Library

College of Nursing

Stephanie Wright, DNP, Assistant Professor, Physiological & Technological Nursing

College of Science and Mathematics

Trinanjan Datta, PhD, Associate Professor, Chemistry & Physics

Medical College of Georgia

Walter Moore, MD, MACP, Senior Associate Dean for GME & VA Affairs and

Professor, Rheumatology & Adult Allergy

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