Four Faculty Members Win Eugenie Stuart Award for Educational Leadership

February 7, 2019

At IHPME’s 2019 Faculty Retreat, four faculty members received the Eugenie Stuart Awards acknowledging their commitment and outstanding mentorship to students at the Institute.  Nominated by students, and selected after peer review by the IHPME Award’s Committee, the Eugenie Stuart Awards recognize four criteria of excellence in teaching, course program development and coordination, thesis supervision, and preceptor tutoring.

Eugenie Stuart was integral to the advancement of the Diploma in Health Administration and continued to be a force of leadership until her retirement in 1971. Her exceptionally well-organized courses and teaching methods were instrumental in obtaining accreditation for IHPME (then the Department of Hospital Administration) courses.

Join us in congratulating our four winners:

 

Karen Born, Rhonda Cockerill and Whitney Berta at the Faculty Club
Karen Born (l) with Interim Director Rhonda Cockerill and Graduate Coordinator Whitney Berta

Karen Born – Outstanding Mentor


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MHI Program Director Julia Zarb with Colin Furness
MHI Program Director Julia Zarb with Colin Furness

Colin Furness – Best Instructor


 

 

 

 

 

 

Interim Director Rhonda Cockerill (l) with Tyrone Perreira and Graduate Coordinator Whitney Berta
Interim Director Rhonda Cockerill (l) with Tyrone Perreira and Graduate Coordinator Whitney Berta

Tyrone A. Perreira – Best Course Preparation


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kieran Quinn (l) with Therese Stukel, and Interim Director Rhonda Cockerill
Kieran Quinn (l) with Therese Stukel, and Interim Director Rhonda Cockerill

Therese Stukel – Best Thesis Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to all of our students who participated in the nomination process. For more information on our awards including the Eugenie Stuart Awards, please visit: https://ihpme.utoronto.ca/impact/awards/