A number of School of Veterinary Medicine faculty and academic staff have been recognized recently with campus-wide awards from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Kim Lord Plummer, a senior lecturer in the Department of Comparative Biosciences (CBS), will receive the Chancellor’s Hilldale Award for Excellence in Teaching, a prestigious honor for members of the academic staff. Read more about Lord Plummer’s contributions to the university and the school.
Linda Schuler, a professor of comparative biosciences, will receive the university’s Hilldale Award, recognizing her distinguished contributions to teaching, research and service, as well as her achievements throughout her career at UW.
Karen Young, clinical professor of clinical pathology in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences, earned the Slesinger Award for Excellence in Mentoring, given each year to a member of the UW-Madison academic community who has demonstrated exceptional mentoring to women faculty.
And Mostafa Zamanian, assistant professor of pathobiological sciences, was recently awarded a Postdoc Mentoring Award for his outstanding work in mentoring the next generation of scientists and researchers on campus. He has also been recognized among the campus nominees for the Shaw Scientist Program.