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P. Kao

    Peiling Kao 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Professor Peiling Kao of Theatre and Dance is a working artist whose teaching is driven by a concept of embodied cognition: that while mind connects with body, body influences mind, and by integrating the complementary pedagogies of both Taiwan and the… Read More »P. Kao

    W. Zhang

      Wei Zhang 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Students of Professor Wei Zhang of the Department of Sociology describe her as an “inspiring professor with a wealth of knowledge.” “She radiates genuine positivity and optimism that undeniably motives us to cultivate our curiosity for learning and empowers us to… Read More »W. Zhang

      B. Smith-Konter

        Bridget Smith-Konter 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Dr. Bridget Smith-Konter of Geophysics is masterful at connecting with students of all academic interests, abilities, learning styles and personal backgrounds. Her classes are dynamic learning experiences that mix lectures with interactive Q&A sessions highlighted with stunning still or animated imagery,… Read More »B. Smith-Konter

        D. Harris-McCoy

          Daniel Harris-McCoy 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Daniel Harris-McCoy, professor of Classics, wants his students to develop a kind of vision; to see their lives as a series of wonders, ideas, and challenges to be solved. He has developed a productive dialectical relationship between his research and teaching.… Read More »D. Harris-McCoy

          T. Andrade

            Troy Andrade 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Professor Troy Andrade of the William S. Richardson School of Law considers himself a direct beneficiary of the legacy of the heart and soul of the Ulu Lehua Scholars Program. Thirty-four prior and current Lehua Scholars write at length about feeling… Read More »T. Andrade

            K. Len

              Kyra Len 2022 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching Dr. Kyra Len of Medical Education and Pediatrics at JABSOM motivates and challenges students and residents to learn to care for patients, rather than merely treating ailments. The launching of a new learning community curriculum provides one opportunity for deeper conversations… Read More »K. Len