Berry Named Outstanding Educator of the Year
Published on 22 May 2013
Tricia Berry ‘94/’95, Pharm.D., professor of pharmacy practice, director of experiential programs, and assistant dean, has been selected as the 2013 Joe E. Haberle Outstanding Educator award recipient. Each year the Alumni Association recognizes a faculty member for his or her commitment to educational excellence.
What a great surprise,” Berry says. “It is an amazing honor. Dr. Haberle is such an integral part of the history of the College. To be associated with him is a privilege.”
The selection committee looks for educators who are enthusiastic about their work, show a positive attitude towards student learning, and are innovative in teaching.
“Dr. Berry is an excellent model of a reflective professor in action,” says Robert Salter ’70, president elect of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. “She impressed the selection committee with her philosophy of teaching through role modeling and innovative techniques used in raising student achievement while preparing them to be leaders in the profession.”
The association would also like to congratulate finalists Richard McCall and Bob Zebroski.