Award: Judy Bornais recognized as 3M National Teaching Fellow
Photo Courtesy of the University of Windsor
Congratulations to Judy Bornais, a professor in University of Windsor’s Nursing program, and an adjunct faculty member and educator at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus, who was recognized by the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) as one of its 2018 3M National Teaching Fellows.
Established in 1986, the Fellowship is the only pan-Canadian, cross-disciplinary recognition of educational leadership and excellence in post-secondary teaching.
Bornais is well known for establishing the Standardized Patient Program in Windsor, designing the simulation suites in the medical education building and establishing the simulation program, which is integrated throughout all four years of Windsor’s nursing curriculum and used by the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry – Windsor Campus.
The 3M National Teaching Fellowship is unique. Fellows receive no tangible rewards, instead, they are given a lifetime membership in STLHE and a four-day study retreat together at the Château Montebello in November.