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Faculty and Clinical Educators Commencement Awards

See also: Faculty Awards and Honors

School of Nursing

Judith A. Fong Nursing Faculty Prize 

Devitto

 Dean Inez Tuck, Sharon DiVitto, and Trustee Judith Fong

Sharon DiVitto, RN, MSN, MS, CNS, APRN, is the 2016 recipient of the Judith A. Fong Nursing Faculty Prize.

The prize was established through the generosity of Richard Bressler and MGH Institute of Health Professions Trustee Judith A. Fong, SON '68, to recognize and reward extraordinary clinical excellence by a nursing preceptor. 

Exceptional Advanced Practice Clinician and Mentor Award

Peiken

Nell Peiken, RN, MSN, FPMHNP, is the recipient of the 2016 Exceptional Advanced Practice Clinician/Mentor Award. The yearly award honors a distinguished role model and teacher who demonstrates excellence as an advanced practice clinician and educator.

School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Award for Excellence in Clinical Supervision

Garrity

Chair Gregory Lof, Jessica Garrity, MS, CCC-SLP, and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Dean Leslie Portney.

Jessica Garrity, MS, CCC-SLP, is the 2016 recipient of the Award for Excellence in Clinical Supervision from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

The award honors a distinguished CSD clinical supervisor who continuously excels in expertise, techniques and methodology, communicates theoretical and philosophical views clearly, and allows student clinicians to develop independent style and technique.

Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence

 

Inzana

Chair Gregory Lof, Instructor Rebecca Inzana, MS, CCC-SLP, and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Dean Leslie Portney.

Instructor Rebecca Inzana, MS, CCC-SLP, is the 2016 recipient of the Faculty Award for Excellence from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

The award honors a distinguished CSD faculty member who presents material in a highly effective manner, fosters an atmosphere of individual inquiry, uses class time efficiently, welcomes discussion and expression of diverse points of view, and excels in teaching his or her course.

Physical Therapy

Outstanding Clinical Educator Award

Koskey

Chair Pamela Levangie, Julie A. Koskie, and Assistant Professor Donna Applebaum.

Julie A. Koskie is the 2016 recipient of the Outstanding Clinical Educator Award from the Department of Physical Therapy.

The award recognizes outstanding communication and teaching skills that foster clinical learning and evidence-based decision making in physical therapy students at MGH Institute of Health Professions.

See also the Nancy T. Watts Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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