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Awards & Recognitions

  1. Beck, C. (2016-19).  Elected to serve a three year term as a Councilor on the Council of the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.  The Council is the governing body of the organization.  Carol is currently serving as the Chair of the ASPET Division for Pharmacology Education.
  2. Collins, L.G. (2015).  Selected as Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation 2015 Faculty Scholar
  3. Speakman, E. (2014). Nursing Hall of Fame, Teachers College, Columbia University.
  4. Speakman, E. (2014). Louise McManus Medal for Distinguished Service, Teachers College, Columbia University.
  5. Speakman, E. (2014). Distinguished Fellow in the National Academies of Practice (NAP).
  6. Speakman, E. (2014). Nursing Academy Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow.
  7. Speakman, E. (2013). Editorial Board, Journal of Modern Education Review.
  8. Speakman, E. (2013). Team STEPPS Master Trainer.
  9. Speakman, E. (2012, November). Institute of Medicine, Invited Testimony, Washington D.C.
  10. Jerpbak, C.M., Collins, L.G., & Koeuth, S. (2013). Preparing students to collaborative practice: Five years of experience with an IPE curriculum. Selected as one of six presentations for the 2013 STFM Innovations Showcase Luncheon, 2013 STFM Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  11. Plumb, J.D. & Brawer, R. (2012). The ARCHES Project. Jackson Healthcare – Won the 2011 Hospital Charitable Service Award, pg. 4-7. Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. 
  12. Collins, L.G., Jerpbak, C.M., Arenson, C.A., Antony, R.R., Deming, A., Cashman, L., Dressel, R., & Lytwynec, K. (2009). A longitudinal interprofessional mentorship curriculum: Shaping health professions students' perspectives on teamwork. STFM: NE Region Meeting, Rye Brook, NY. Poster presentation (selected as one of the Top Ten Posters for the conference).
  13. Arenson, C.A., Borden, C., Rattner, S., & Veloski, J.J. (2008). Baseline assessment of attitudes towards care of patients with chronic illness with graduating nursing and medical students. Chosen as Best Geriatric Education Poster at the Presidential Poster Session, American Geriatric Society Conference, Washington, D.C.
  14. Arenson, C.A., Borden, C., Rattner, S., Fields, S.K., Franklin, S., Gavin, E., & Veloski, J.J. (2008). Assessment of medical and nursing students’ attitudes toward chronic illness at matriculation and graduation. Winner, Best Paper Award, Research in Medical Education, AAMC Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX (awarded 2009).