Faculty/staff honors: Golden Apple, Leading the Narrative awards

UW News staff

Recent honors to University of Washington faculty include a Golden Apple Award for teaching innovation from Seattle television station KCTS and a Leading the Narrative award for community engagement from the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

School of Music’s Patricia Shehan Campbell receives 2021 KCTS Golden Apple Award

Faculty/staff honors: Golden Apple, Leading the Narrative awards

Patricia Shehan Campbell

Patricia Shehan Campbell, professor and chair of music education in the UW School of Music, has been given a 2021 Golden Apple Award by Seattle public television station KCTS for her work on the musical education of children. The annual awards honor successful teaching models and programs in Washington state.

Campbell, also a professor of ethnomusicology, is the author and editor of several books, and most recently edited a seven-book series, “World Music Pedagogy,” for Routledge.

In February, Campbell delivered a virtual series of four keynote presentations on world music pedagogy for the National Association for Music Education. She will deliver the keynote address for the virtual 12th annual conference of the Pan African Society for Musical Arts Education in July.

Read more at the School of Music website, and watch a “Golden Apple Moments” video of Campbell talking about teaching “the beauty of music” to children, produced by KCTS.

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Society of Behavioral Medicine gives Barbara Baquero a 2021 Leading the Narrative Award

Faculty/staff honors: Golden Apple, Leading the Narrative awards

Barbara Baquero

The Society of Behavioral Medicine has given Barbara Baquero, UW associate professor in the School of Public Health’s Department of Health Services, one of its 2021 Leading the Narrative awards.

The award, one of two given each year by the society, recognizes community engagement and successfully communicating behavioral science to the general public.

Baquero researches the design and implementation of community-based interventions to reduce health disparities and advance health equity among underserved populations.

Read a research paper co-authored by Baquero for the journal Health Education & Behavior noting that the coronavirus has disproportionately affected the Latinx population of Washington state.


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