Six From Academic Health Center Named Faculty Award Winners

CINCINNATI—Six faculty from the Academic Health Center were honored with faculty awards at the 2011 Faculty Awards Celebration, held Thursday, May 19, in Tangeman University Center's Great Hall.

"I want our faculty to know how much we appreciate their contributions to making our university great," said UC President Gregory H. Williams during the ceremony. "Our increasing accolades as a university would not be possible without your achievements in teaching, research and service. As we look to the future, the aspirations we envision through UC2019 would not be able to move forward without our distinguished and acclaimed faculty."

Winners from the Academic Health Center include:

John Cuppolletti, PhD, College of Medicine
2011 Faculty Award for Exemplary Contributions in Service
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Rebecca Leugers, College of Allied Health Sciences
2011 Mrs. A.B. "Dolly” Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching
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Eric Mueller, PharmD, College of Pharmacy and College of Nursing
2011 Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award
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Cora Ogle, PhD, College of Medicine
2011 Faculty Award for Exemplary Contributions in Service
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Peter Stambrook, PhD, College of Medicine
2011 George Rieveschl Jr. Award for Distinguished Scientific Research
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Georg Weber, PhD, College of Pharmacy
2011 Emerging Entrepreneur Award
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Georg Weber, MD, PhD, College of Pharmacy

Georg Weber, MD, PhD, College of Pharmacy

Eric Mueller, PharmD, College of Pharmacy and College of Nursing

Eric Mueller, PharmD, College of Pharmacy and College of Nursing

Cora Ogle, PhD, College of Medicine

Cora Ogle, PhD, College of Medicine

Rebecca Leugers, College of Allied Health Sciences

Rebecca Leugers, College of Allied Health Sciences

Peter Stambrook, PhD (left), College of Medicine

Peter Stambrook, PhD (left), College of Medicine

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