Dimock receives Meritorious Teaching Award

by on October 25, 2008

Professor of Biology Ronald V. Dimock Jr. recently received the Meritorious Teaching Award from the Association of Southeastern Biologists. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the training of graduate and undergraduate biology students and is the association’s most prestigious award. Candidates must be nominated by former students.

Dimock, Thurman D. Kitchin Professor of Biology, is the first Wake forest professor to win the award in 36 years. He teaches marine biology, invertebrate zoology, comparative physiology, and physiological ecology. He has also led student research trips to various field sites around the world — including Jamaica, the Galapagos Islands, Mexico and London.

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Biology Professor Ronald V. Dimock, Jr.


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