Star Struck

Two GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) faculty members, Jacqueline S. Barnett, M.S., assistant professor of Physician Assistant studies, and Ellen F. Goldman, Ed.D., M.B.A., associate professor of clinical research and leadership and human and organizational learning, and director of the Master Teacher Leadership Development Program, were among the 2014 Bender Teaching Award recipients. The annual award is part of GW’s efforts to honor teaching stars for their academic standards and transformative teaching practices.

Jacqueline S. Barnett and Ellen F. Goldman

Barnett and Goldman, along with other faculty award winners, were honored at the Fourth Annual Faculty Honors Ceremony on March 31 for their dedication, research, and service to GW.

The awards, endowed by Morton Bender and the university, recognize undergraduate, graduate, and professional instruction. Winners receive a $1,000 prize to be used for professional development.

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