Katherine Hyland, PhD Receives Academic Senate Distinction in Teaching Award
Katherine Hyland, PhD, is one of the recipients of UCSF's 2020 Academic Senate Distinction in Teaching Award and receives the award in the category of "faculty at UCSF for more than five years." Dr. Hyland, PhD, is an adjunct professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the School of Medicine, a member of UCSF's Institute for Human Genetics, and Director of the Medical Genetics Theme in the School of Medicine curriculum.
Since her induction in 2008, Dr. Hyland remains an active member of the Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators and plays an active role as a member of the teaching faculty for the Center for Faculty Educators (CFE). She teaches annual workshops focused on peer assessment of teaching and supports the CFE's Teaching Observation Program.
Recipients of the Academic Senate Distinction In Teaching Awards and the Distinction In Mentoring Awards will be honored at the Senate’s Distinguished Faculty Awards Ceremony held at a date to be determined.