Six PhD in Health Policy Students Win Derek Bok Center Teaching Awards 
Friday, March 31, 2017 at 1:49PM
HP Staff

Christine Baugh (G3, Ethics), Caitlin Carroll (G4, Economics), Annabelle Fowler (G3, Economics), Michaela Kerrissey (G4, Management), Kate Lofgren (G3, Decision Sciences), and Thalia Porteny (G3, Ethics) were awarded certificates from Harvard's Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning for their exceptional teaching in fall 2016. The Bok Center awards these certificates to teaching fellows, teaching assistants, and course assistants who receive an overall rating of 4.5 or above on the Q evaluation five point scale.  The courses that the students taught are listed below.

Christine Baugh:  US-WORLD 11 - U.S. Health Care Policy

Caitlin Carroll: ECON 2020A - Microeconomic Theory I

Annabelle Fowler: US-WORLD 11 - U.S. Health Care Policy

Michaela Kerrissey: GHHP 60 - Negotiation and Conflict Management: From the Interpersonal to the International

Kate Lofgren: HLTHPOL 2000A - Core Course in Health Policy

Thalia Porteny:  SCILIVSY 26 - The Toll of Infection: Understanding Disease in Scientific, Social, and Cultural Contexts

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