University of Pittsburgh

Lawrence Frolik and Tony Infanti Receive Chancellor’s Distinguished Awards

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February 2, 2010

Professor Lawrence Frolik is receiving a 2010 Chancellor’s Distinguished Public Service Award from the University of Pittsburgh.  In making the award, the selection committee noted his outstanding public service contributions to both persons with disabilities and older adults, which have flowed from his teaching and scholarship, and noted that Professor Frolik is considered to be one of the founders of the field of Elder Law.

Professor Anthony Infanti is receiving a 2010 Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Pittsburgh. In making the award, the selection committee noted his innovation in developing teaching methods appropriate to different course contexts and aligned with the professional goals of his students, as well as his significant work with students on moot court competitions and the Pittsburgh Tax Review.

Past Pitt Law recipients of the Chanceller’s Distinguished Awards for Teaching, Public Service, and Research >

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