Sue J. Goldie, CHDS Faculty Director and the Roger Irving Lee Professor of Public Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Roger L. Nichols Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award was announced during the Harvard Chan School’s virtual commencement.
The award is intended to enhance the quality of education in public health by honoring outstanding achievement in teaching at the school, and acknowledges excellence in classroom instruction, capacity to inspire students and dedication to teaching. The selection was based on the stellar reviews of Professor Goldie’s teaching by students in course evaluations spanning three years, and her contributions to teaching and learning across the University.
Beyond her contributions to teaching and learning, Professor Goldie is renowned for her scholarship in decision science and commitment to policy translation. In addition to CHDS, Professor Goldie also serves as Faculty Director of the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator at Harvard University.
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