Skip to main content
Headshots of Jenn Carpenter, Andrew Craig, Jeanne Mulder, Klodiana Kolomitro, and Lisa Carver

Celebrating Teaching Excellence

Congratulations to five DBMS faculty members who have been honoured as educators this spring!

Queen’s Health Sciences Awards

Health Sciences Education Award: The Health Sciences Education award recognizes excellence in a range of teaching methods (small group, seminar, one on one supervision, lecture, etc.), course or curriculum design, course organization, development of learning resources education technology, evaluation and innovation.

  • Dr. Jennifer Carpenter

Biochemistry Professor of the Year Award:

  • Dr. Andrew Craig

H.F. Pross Educational Technology Award: The H.F. Pross Educational Technology Award was established in the School of Medicine at Queen's University in 2004 to honour Dr. Hugh Pross in recognition of his multiple contributions to this school.

  • Dr. Jeanne Mulder

Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards

Indigenous Education Award (in partnership with the Office of Indigenous Initiatives): This award recognizes excellence and innovation in Indigenous teaching and learning, and/or the development of curriculum or programs relating to Indigenous peoples with a focus on decolonizing education and/or incorporating Indigenous ways of knowing, doing, believing, and feeling.

Indigenous Healthcare Education and Practice: Applying Digital Teaching and Learning Resources to the Truth and Reconciliation’s Calls to Action, including:

  • Dr. Jeanne Mulder
  • Klodiana Kolomitro

Educational Technology Award (In partnership with Information Technology Services): The Educational Technology Award is designed to recognize and encourage the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning at Queen’s. This award honours faculty and/or staff (individuals or teams) from any Faculty, School or Department. Excellence is exemplified through evidence-based approaches that are learning and student focused.

  • Dr. Lisa Carver