Drs. Gunaratnam and Johnson Named "Top Four" Faculty Favorites

Top Four Faculty Favorites

Congratulations to Bakeerathan Gunaratnam, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Dept. Bioinformatics and Biostatistics, and David Johnson, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Health Management and Systems Sciences, who have been named "Top Four" Faculty Favorites for 2022-2023.

Each year, the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning invites UofL students to nominate faculty, staff, and graduate teaching assistants who have made a significant difference in their learning and intellectual growth. Drs. Gunaratnam and Johnson and all other 2022-23 Faculty Favorite nominees will be recognized during the lunch program at the Celebration of Teaching and Learning on Friday, Feb. 2, in the SAC Ballroom on the Belknap Campus.

Visit Faculty Favorites Awards to read what students wrote about Drs. Gunaratnam and Johnson, in addition to students' comments about each of the SPHIS faculty/instructors nominated this year. SPHIS nominees include Toluwani Adekunle, Tammy Albers, T'Shura Ali, Lee Bewley, Stephanie Boone, Aishia Brown, Sara Choate, Frank Groves, Brian Guinn, Gabe Jones, Seyed Karimi, KB Kulasekera, Doug Lorenz, Andrew McCart, Lilly Mott, Rebekah Musselwhite, Q Omer, Nicholas Peiper, Michael Sekula, Kira Taylor, Tammi Thomas, Brendan Wilson, Leslie Wolfe, Qi Zheng. Congratulations!

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