Dr. Arthur Schaible was a prominent interior Alaska surgeon who came to the state in1938 to head the Alaska Native Health Services Hospital at Tanana. In 1941, he moved to Fairbanks and remained associated with the Fairbanks Clinic until his retirement in 1971. He had a long association with the University of Alaska, which included serving on the Board of Regents from 1961 until 1969.
Criteria for The Arthur Schaible Anatomy Award
The student that best demonstrates excellence in Human Gross Anatomy is chosen as the recipient of the award. Excellence is determined according to objective and subjective criteria.
- Objective measurements - Total scores on written, oral, and laboratory examinations. The awardee must receive Honors in Gross Anatomy, but does not necessarily have the highest grade in the class.
- Subjective measurements - Excellence in Anatomy is demonstrated not only by test scores, but also by the quality of dissections, participation in class activities, and interaction with other classmates. The recipient must exemplify excellence in Anatomy by mastering dissection, showing leadership in the laboratory, and enthusiastically participating in all related anatomy class activities.
Recipients of The Arthur Schaible Anatomy Award
|2013||Tyler Berliner||2000||Mike Bensler|
||Ty R. Vincent|
||Erik G. VanEaton|
||Roy D. Loewenstein|
||William Joseph Dittrich|
||Stephen Michael Wahl|
||Anya Jean Maier|
||James Clyde Foxworthy|