The Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine proudly congratulates Pamela Lovern, Ph.D., on receiving the 2020 Phoenix Award for Graduate Faculty presented by the Graduate and Professional Student Government Association (GPSGA).
“We are very proud of Dr. Lovern for the hard work she does on behalf of the graduate students,” Dr. Martin Furr, head of the Department of Physiological Sciences, said. “We are thrilled that she has been recognized with this award for her many years of service to graduate students at our college. The graduate students are integral parts of the university and Dr. Lovern represents the highest level of dedication to their success.”
Lovern, an associate professor in the college’s Department of Physiological Sciences, serves as the Graduate Program Coordinator for the Comparative Biomedical Sciences MS/Ph.D. program. She also teaches in both the DVM and MS/Ph.D. curriculum and conducts research focused on mechanisms regulating blood vessel growth and development and on how these processes are affected by chronic disease.
“Working with our Comparative Biomedical Sciences graduate students has been one of the highlights of my career at OSU,” Lovern said. “We have great students in our program! I really enjoy being involved in graduate education at OSU, and I am truly honored to receive this award from GPSGA.”
The Phoenix Awards are the highest honor within the GPSGA and are awarded to individuals who exemplify achievement in leadership, scholarship, community and university service and professional involvement.
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