The Gies Awards, named after dental education pioneer William J. Gies, Ph.D., debuted in 2008 and honor individuals and organizations that exemplify the highest standards in oral health and dental education, research and leadership.
Dr. Goldberg is an oral surgeon, scholar, author, educator and academic leader. He is highly respected by faculty, staff and students, and is the distinguished embodiment of talent at the university.
The award honors the North American senior dental student who best exemplifies the humanitarian values and service to others for which the Academy of Dentistry International is known.
The NHSC, a program of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides financial, professional and educational resources to medical, dental and mental and behavioral health care providers who bring their skills to areas of the United States with limited access to health care.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded $11.8 million over five years to the University of Pittsburgh Center for Craniofacial and Dental Genetics (CCDG) to study the hereditary roots of cleft lips and palates.
An ADA member for 36 years, Dr. Summerhays is immediate past trustee of the ADA’s 13th District (California).
Colleen M. Brickle, Ed.D., RDH, RF, received this honor in special recognition of her contributions to improving health in Minnesota.
Monday, October 27, is the final day to submit nominations for the William J. Gies Awards for Vision, Innovation and Achievement.
Multiple awards are available specifically for students and faculty. Awards range from $1,000 scholarships to $25,000 in support of leadership development education.
The Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (Columbia CDM) has received the 2014 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.