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EHE Faculty Recognized as 'Exceptional Teachers' in First Term of Academic Year 2022-23

School recognizes faculty who have impressive accomplishments in teaching.

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Nicole Hughes

Excellence at the Bloomberg School of Public Health begins with committed, outstanding teachers. In recognition of their success in the classroom, the School recognizes faculty who have impressive accomplishments in teaching. Based on students’ course evaluations, these EHE faculty members were identified as exceptional teachers.

Academic Year 2022-23
First Term

Joseph BresslerAssociate Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering/Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (Joint)
Course: Public Health Toxicology

Meghan Frost DavisAssociate Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering/School of Medicine (Joint)
Course: Essentials of One Health

Gigi Kwik GronvallAssociate Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: Biotechnology and Health Security

Jordan KuiperAssistant Scientist, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: The Global Environment, Climate Change and Public Health

Megan LatshawAssociate Scientist, Environmental Health and Engineering
Courses: Principles of Environmental Health
Essentials of Environmental Health

Lesliam Quirós-AlcalaAssistant Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: Ventilation and Hazard Control

Brian SchwartzProfessor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: The Global Environment, Climate Change and Public Health

Tara SellAssociate Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: Public Health Emergencies: Risk Communication and Decision Science

Crystal R. WatsonAssociate Professor, Environmental Health and Engineering
Course: Public Health Emergencies: Risk Communication and Decision Science