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Neil Segil is among members of Health Sciences Campus honored with USC Mentoring Awards

Neil Segil is among members of Health Sciences Campus honored with USC Mentoring Awards

The USC Mentoring Awards honor faculty who contribute to an engaging, supportive and inclusive academic environment through their mentorship of students and faculty. (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock)
The USC Mentoring Awards honor faculty who contribute to an engaging, supportive and inclusive academic environment through their mentorship of students and faculty. (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock)

Several faculty members from the USC Health Sciences Campus received 2022 USC Mentoring Awards on April 14 at a reception organized by the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching. These awards recognize faculty who exemplify the best in mentoring activities and programs, whether faculty-to-student or faculty-to-faculty, creating environments that further academic success. This year’s health sciences award recipients include:

Faculty mentoring faculty, postdoctoral scholars, medical residents, and fellows

  • David Black, PhD, MPH, associate professor of population and public health sciences, the Keck School of Medicine of USC
  • Heather Wipfli, PhD, associate professor of clinical population and public health sciences and international relations, the Keck School
  • Neil Segil, PhD, professor, Department of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, and USC Tina and Rick Caruso Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, the Keck School

Faculty mentoring graduate students

  • Ricky Bluthenthal, PhD, associate dean for social justice and professor of population and public health sciences, the Keck School
  • Tien M.H. Ng, PharmD, interim chair and professor of the Titus Family Department of Clinical Pharmacy, USC School of Pharmacy
  • Jo-Marie Reilly, MD, professor of clinical family medicine (educational scholar), the Keck School

Faculty mentoring undergraduate students

To see the full list of honorees, click here.

Mentioned in this article: Neil Segil, PhD