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Kudos Korner | Phil Cola

By SRAI News posted 08-11-2021 03:39 PM


Kudos Korner | Phil Cola

SRA International members rock! As research management and administration professionals, they never stop improving, learning, achieving, or earning new heights of success. We love sharing good news and offering a well-deserved slap on the back for recent personal and/or professional achievement. In keeping with that sentiment, please join us as we congratulate Phil Cola on his award!

SRA International is a professional networking community of learners. One way to gain knowledge and expertise is to share our stories of successful achievements with our peers and colleagues. Often research managers/administrators are cast in the role of promoting, supporting and applauding others. While this may be gratifying in many respects, it is also healthy to have pride in one’s own accomplishments. Kudos Korner offers SRA International members a wonderful and respectful venue for sharing and “bragging.” Have Something to Share in Kudos Korner? Submit your article here.



Philip A. Cola, PhD
Associate Professor, Departments of Design & Innovation and Organizational Behavior
Weatherhead School of Management
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine
Director, Department of Regulatory Knowledge and Support Core, Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative, School of Medicine
Case Western University
SRAI member since 2000

On May 30, Phil Cola accepted the 2021 John S. Diekhoff Award for Graduate Teaching. Since 1978, Case Western Reserve University has awarded this honor annually to two full time faculty who excel at teaching graduate students and two full time faculty who excel at mentoring graduate students. Awardees are selected after a graduate student committee reviews nominations and makes recommendations. Phil has earned this award because of his enthusiasm for his students and his deep passion for teaching. Please join us in congratulating Phil!


Authored by Heather Brown, Grants and Contracts Administrator
Duke Human Vaccine Institute