Jerry Newbrey Teaching Award
Jerry Newbrey Teaching Scholars
- The designation of “Newbrey Teaching Scholar” is awarded to faculty for excellence in teaching during the first 3 years of the veterinary curriculum.
- It is awarded to faculty who, according to the CVM’s standardized student evaluations, score in the top 20 percentile of the college on the query “Rate the Instructor.”
- For consideration as a Newbrey Teaching Scholar, a faculty member must:
- teach at least 10% of a course in the core curriculum, (or have at least 6 contact hours), and
- receive standardized evaluations from at least 50% of the veterinary students enrolled in the course.
- The Newbrey Scholars are recognized each spring for achievement in the previous calendar year. It is the duty of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs working with the Curriculum Committee to identify and approve the Newbrey Scholars.
- To identify the Newbrey Teaching Scholars, the evaluations for each calendar year should be arranged to identify instructors who meet the criteria outlined in part  and who are evaluated among the top 20 percentile.
- Instructors who are ranked among the top 20 percentile in multiple courses will only be recognized once. However, the number of instructors recognized will not be extended beyond the top 20 percentile even when the instructors who are ranked multiple times are eliminated from the analysis.
Jerry Newbrey Teaching Awards 2019
Gary Haldorson General Pathology
Trish Talcott Toxicology
Chrissy Eckstrand Virology
Peter Meighan Physiology
Ahmed Tibary Theriogenology
Steve Lampa Small Animal Anatomy
Cynthia Faux Large Animal Anatomy
Kyle Taylor General Pathology
Annie Chen-Allen Clinical Neurology
Jamie Kopper Equine Medicine
Leslie Sprunger Small Animal Anatomy
Patrick Wilson Large Animal Anatomy
Bonnie Campbell Small Animal SurgeryTandi Ngwenyama Emergency and Critical Care