The AU Academy of Health Sciences Educators (The Academy) is an organization of distinguished health sciences educators who have demonstrated sustained excellence in educational activities and scholarship within and beyond Augusta University.
The Academy’s mission is:
Membership in The Academy is open faculty with a health sciences college appointment at Augusta University. For more information, please refer to Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.
William "Bill" Andrews, MA, CMI, FAMI
Bill Pearson, PhD
Eric Zevallos, MD
2015 Induction Ceremony for Academy of Health Science Educators
Left to right - Ralph Gillies, Gerald Crites (2015), Annette Bourgault (2015), Lori Bolgla, Judith Stallings (2015), Marguerite Murphy, Stephanie Wright (2015), Matt Lyons, Janet Munroe (2015), Rick Callan. Not pictured Julie Zadinsky (2015).
2012 Induction Ceremony for Academy of Health Sciences Educators
Left to right - Rosalind Jones, Lori Schumacher Anderson, Barbara Russell, Marguerite Murphy, Gayle Bentley, Vincent Robinson, Malorie Novak, Matthew Lyon, Laura Mulloy, Doug Keskula, Lynn Jaffe, Anna Edmondson, Shilpa Brown, Mariana D'Amico, Christy Berding, Lori Bolgla, Mary Ellen Quinn, Mohammed Elsalanty, Kevin Plummer, Richard Callan
2011 Induction Ceremony for Academy of Health Sciences Educators
Left to right - Janis Coffin, T. Andrew Albritton, Janet P. Hafler (Invited speaker from Yale School of Medicine), Jack Borders, Dale Sickles
2010 Induction Ceremony for Academy of Health Sciences Educators
Left to right - Diane Turnbull, Robert Nesbit, Renuka Mehta, Donna Londino, Rhee Fincher, Chris White, Teresa Coleman
2008 Induction Ceremony for Academy of Health Sciences Educators
First row, left to right : Molly Cooke (Invited speaker from UCSF Academy of Medical Educators), Andria Thomas, Peggy Wagner, Carol Nichols, Valera Hudson, Lisa Leggio, Rhee Fincher (MCG Vice Dean for Academic Affairs). Second row: Doug Miller (Dean, Medical College of Georgia), John Mellinger, Scott Lind, Ralph Gillies, Walter Moore, Chris White (MCG Assoc Dean for Faculty Development and Educational Achievement); Not pictured Hartmut Gross.