No one would expect a biostatistics course to draw a crowd of students. But when it’s taught by a dynamic professor with a gift for inspirational teaching, it can become a must-take class at Colgate.

Frank Frey — the associate professor of biology behind Biostatistics as well as numerous courses on evolutionary ecology, community health, and environmental studies — has that ability to inspire, and it has earned him the 2017 Jerome Balmuth Award for Teaching and Student Engagement.

The Balmuth Award was created through a gift from Mark Siegel ’73 and is named in honor of Jerome Balmuth, Harry Emerson Fosdick Professor of philosophy and religion emeritus. Read more...