|Mindy Lacey, M.D.|
The group's professional development activities in the 2013-14 academic year included regular "procedure nights," focusing on childbirth, casting and exam reviews; a family medicine residency fair; and other informational and outreach activities.
"Our students are committed to family medicine," said Dr. Lacey. "This national recognition of their extraordinary efforts in professional development speaks to that commitment, and to the fine work of the department faculty, as well."
Alexis Erbst and April Lauer, new FMIG co-presidents for the 2014-15 academic year, will accept the award on behalf of their predecessors.