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Health Sciences profs win MSU teaching awards

Published: May 2, 2006
Murray Junop
Murray Junop

Three instructors in the Faculty of Health Sciences are among the winners of the 2005 McMaster Students Union Teaching Awards.

Two of the winners teach in the School of Nursing. John Vickers, a professor, was chosen as the winner for Health Sciences. Clinton Betts, a part-time assistant professor, was the winner for the School of Nursing.

Murray Junop, an assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biomedical Sciences, won the award for the Faculty of Science.

The MSU Teaching Awards program is a student-run service designed to recognize and encourage excellence in teaching. Students vote for their favourite professor, who could be someone who best challenged them, motivated them, or simply took the time to connect with the students.

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