The Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound program received several awards at the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) annual conference in September. Most notably, Sharlette Anderson, Clinical Coordinator and Clinical Associate Professor, received the Distinguished Educator Award. This award is given annually to an educator who is nominated by their peers for their dedication to teaching, innovation in education, and ongoing support of students through mentorship, research, and volunteerism. "The SDMS Distinguished Educator Award is the one award that I’ve coveted for years," Anderson said. "There are so many aspects of my job that I love; it’s hard to pick a favorite. I really love watching students come back to campus in the fall of their second or senior year in the program and seeing the huge increase in their self-confidence after spending the summer immersed in their first major clinical rotations." Anderson has been a clinical instructor here at Mizzou since 2007,...
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