Marcia Hobbs elected to UNC School of Medicine Academy of Educators

July 16, 2012 -- This past spring, Marcia Hobbs, PhD, professor of medicine and microbiology and immunology in the UNC School of Medicine was elected to the school’s Academy of Educators.

The academy promotes excellence in teaching and supports the work and career paths of excellent teachers. It also functions as a forum for education leadership and advice for the leaders of the medical school.

Hobbs, one of 27 new members of the UNC-CH School of Medicine Academy of Educators, joins 199 faculty members committed to the promotion and support of excellence in teaching.  She brings over 30 years of experience in the classroom and laboratory and has received prior recognition for her teaching, most recently as recipient of the Freshman Basic Science Teaching Award in 2010.