FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 15, 2007
Ivanov Named Faculty Member of the Year at Sherman
Basic Sciences instructor Max Ivanov, M.D., has been a favorite at Sherman almost since his arrival at the college in 1999, but now it’s official – Ivanov was named Faculty Member of the Year 2007.
The Faculty Member of the
Year award recognizes a faculty member who is an
excellent instructor; a moral and ethical
inspiration to students and colleagues; a
role-model in working to advance the practice of
subluxation centered chiropractic; and a person
who participates in college events and other
activities outside the classroom that promote
the mission of Sherman College.
Comments on ballots of those voting for Ivanov included the following: “He is interesting and passionate about the subjects he teaches,” “He keeps us focused” and “Dr. Ivanov is really great at engaging the students in ways that explain the material.” Students cite Ivanov’s ability to prepare them well for national board exams and his willingness to treat them as colleagues and true graduate students.
Ivanov, a native of Russia, holds an M.D. from Tver Medical Academy and teaches Cardio Diagnosis, Physiology Lab, Cardio Physiology and Fluids. Aside from teaching, Ivanov enjoys playing basketball, reading books and magazines and spending time with friends.
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