The Harvey Goldman Teaching Award was established in 2011 as a tribute to honor a dedicated, longstanding educator and mentor, Dr. Harvey Goldman. This award recognizes Dr. Goldman’s seminal contributions to the USCAP’s postgraduate educational and mentoring activities. The first awardees, Drs. Donald Antonioli and Henry Appleman were acknowledged in 2011 at the 100th Annual Centennial Meeting of USCAP in San Antonio, Texas.
The award is supported by a dedicated fund ($50,000) from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA (Dr. Jeffrey Saffitz, Chair) and by a USCAP fund ($50,000) designated by the Board of Directors. This core fund ($100,000) shall remain untouched, and the interest will generate income to support the plaque and monetary award. The Academy shall administer the endowment, manage the investment of the funds, implement appropriate fund-raising activities and communicate with members of the Award Committee. The associated administrative costs for maintaining the endowment and selecting the award recipients will be the responsibility of the Academy.
This is an annual award presented at the awards program of the USCAP Annual Meeting.
Composition of the Committee:
- The BIDMC Pathology Chair
- The BIDMC Director of Anatomic Pathology (Committee Chair)
- USCAP Executive Vice President
- Current USCAP Education Committee Chair
- The last two immediate past-USCAP Education Committee Chairs
Selection of Awardees:
- Applications for this award will not be solicited. Each member of the Goldman Award Committee will propose one or more names for consideration, and the vote by the Goldman Award Committee will be by majority and final.
- The recipient of this award will receive a plaque and a check for $1,000.
Carol Farver, MD
2023 Harvey Goldman Teaching Award
Dr. Carol Farver is a member of the Cleveland Clinic staff where she is Professor of Pathology in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. She received her MD from Yale University School of Medicine and completed residency training and a chief residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, followed by a Pulmonary Pathology fellowship at the same institution. She has served as the Director of Pulmonary Pathology, Director of Surgical Pathology, Director of the Residency Program and Vice Chair of Education in the Pathology and Laboratory Institute at the Cleveland Clinic where she is also past President of the Medical Staff and former member of its Board of Governors. From 2019-2021, she was a Professor of Pathology at the University Michigan where she was the Godfrey D. Stobbe Professor of Pathology Education and the Director of the Division of Education. She has authored over 210 publications, 38 book chapters, and is the editor of Dail and Hammar’s Pulmonary Pathology and Pulmonary Pathology, in the Foundations of Surgical Pathology series. She has served in multiple roles at the USCAP including as a member of the Board of Directors and the Education Committee, session moderator, evening session panelist, and faculty of multiple short courses and of a Long Course. More recently, she earned a master’s degree in Organizational Development from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and has co-directed two USCAP-sponsored leadership workshops including a residents’ workshop entitled Leadership, Collaboration, and Healthcare (2013-2016) and a two-day Emerging Leaders Workshop (2018). Her contributions have been recognized with numerous awards including the First Annual Distinguished Achievement Award in Graduate Medical Education from the Association of Pathology Chairs, and she is the recipient of the Sam and Maria Miller Professional Excellence in Education—Master Educator award from the Cleveland Clinic, given annually to one faculty member in recognition of outstanding dedication to teaching excellence and a sustained commitment to educational programs.
Previous Award Recipients
|2021||Christopher P. Crum|
|2020||Gregory N. Fuller|
|2019||Stuart J. Schnitt|
|2018||John R. Goldblum|
|2017||Steven H. Swerdlow|
|2015||Victor E. Reuter|
|2014||Christopher D.M. Fletcher|
|2013||Sharon K. Weiss|
|2011||Donald A. Antonioli|