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Dr. Heather Murray wins Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award

Dr. Heather Murray, Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, has won the Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Award from the Queen's University Centre for Teaching and Learning. 

Established in 2003 through gifts from the Toronto Dominion Bank and Chancellor Emeritus Charles Baillie, the Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award recognizes undergraduate or graduate teaching or professional teaching that has had an outstanding influence on the quality of student learning at Queen’s University.  It is awarded annually for activities that lead to improved learning, including curriculum development, educational leadership, design and delivery of out-of-classroom educational experiences, or classroom teaching and supervision.

Dr. David Messenger, Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine, congratulated Dr. Murray publicly on Twitter: 

Dr. David Messenger's congratulatory tweet to Dr. Heather Murray


 

And Dr. Murray expressed her gratitude for the award in her own post: 

 

Dr. Heather Murray tweets about her gratitude for the award.