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May 20, 2014
2014 Sophomore Award Winners
GRAND FORKS, N.D.—The 2014 Sophomore Awards lunch and presentation of awards took place on Thursday, May 15, in the UND Memorial Union Ballroom.
North Dakota Medical Association Awards
Awarded to second-year students nominated by their peers, the Class of 2016, and recognized for outstanding performance in the following three curricular areas:
Group Leadership and Professionalism—Braden A. Burckhard, Burlington, N.Dak.
Engages in ethical conduct, facilitates group interaction and productivity, motivates others to learn, exhibits personal integrity, and interacts with others appropriately with respect and courtesy.
Peer Teaching—Rachel M. Fearing, Williston, N.Dak.
Outstanding contributions to the group's database and facilitating group learning, skillful and accurate presentations, and willingness to assist fellow classmates to learn concepts they do not understand.
Integration of Basic Science and Clinical Application—Michael D. Traynor, Jr., Fargo, N.Dak.
Ability to analyze problems, generate hypotheses, set priorities, test hypotheses and formulate alternative hypotheses, draw appropriate conclusions, and apply the knowledge to patient cases.
The following awards are presented to second-year medical students in recognition of their overall academic achievements:
The DeBoer Memorial Award—Shaynna M. Mann, Dickinson, N.Dak.
Given in memory of Mrs. Benjamin DeBoer and presented by the Department of Pharmacology, Physiology, and Therapeutics.
Dr. Philip H. Woutat Memorial Scholarship Award—Natalie M. Brehmer, Fargo, N.Dak.
Presented by the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology on behalf of Mrs. Philip H. Woutat in memory of her husband for his longtime service as a radiology instructor.
Dr. William Eugene Cornatzer Award—Anna L. Cymbaluk, Crookston, Minn.
Presented by the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in recognition of Dr. William Eugene Cornatzer, the founder of the department, the first chair and a pioneering and innovative leader in medical education and biomedical research.
Dr. James Kelleher Award—Scott T. Allen, North Mankato, Minn.
Presented by the Department of Microbiology and Immunology in honor of Dr. Kelleher's outstanding service to the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and his dedication and contributions to the teaching of medical students.
Kevin Monk Award—Annie L. Braseth, Kalispell, Mont.
Given to a second-year medical student for outstanding service to the School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Outstanding Teacher Awards
Portrait Award—Kurt E. Borg, PhD, Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine.
For outstanding support of students during their first two years of medical education.
Golden Apple Award
For excellence in teaching, presented to the instructor whose instruction has had the greatest impact on the class.
Presented by sophomore students to Richard D. Clarens, PharmD, Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine.
Presented by freshman students to Jane R. Dunlevy, PhD, Associate Professor, Basic Sciences.
Contact: Denis MacLeod, assistant director, Office of Alumni and Community Relations, UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences, (701) 777-2733, firstname.lastname@example.org