Outstanding Clinical Care Award – Elizabeth Lutz
Awarded by Dr. John Steege to the graduating resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology who provided the most skillful, compassionate, and innovative care to women with chronic pelvic pain.
Midwifery Chief Resident Award – Elizabeth Lutz
Awarded by UNC Midwives to the graduating resident in Obstetrics and Gynecology who, by collaborating with families and the entire health care team to provide exceptional low-intervention birth experiences while respecting family preference, individual dignity and cultural differences, has most exemplified the midwifery model of care.
PGY2 Excellence in Teaching Award – Christina McCall
Awarded by the First Year Class to the Second Year Resident who has demonstrated excellence in teaching to the First Year Class.
Fellow Teaching Award – Kathryn Calhoun
Awarded by the Residents to a Fellow in recognition of significant contributions to the educational mission in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
Droegmuller-Bowes Award – Matthew Siedhoff
Awarded by the residents to a junior faculty member, who through excellence in teaching and commitment patient care best exemplifies the qualities of Dr. William Droegmueller and Dr. Watson Bowes.
Robert C Cefalo Award – John Steege
Awarded by the Residents to a faculty member who has promoted the high standards of residency education in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
Espirit de Corps Award – Nell Johnson
Awarded by the Residents to the resident who represents the best of teamwork, spirit and pride.
CREOG Faculty Award – John Steege
In recognition for the faculty person who has promoted the high standards of residency education in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
APGO Resident Teaching Award – Jason Franasiak
Awarded by the Third Year Medical Students to the resident who has demonstrated excellence in teaching with an emphasis on undergraduate medical education.
APGO Faculty Teaching Award – Jennifer Howell
Awarded by the Third Year Medical Students to the faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching with an emphasis on undergraduate medical education.
Golden Tar Heels:
Awarded by the Third Year Medical Students to the residents and faculty who scored at or above the 90th percentile on the end of clerkship resident evaluation.
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