JoAnn Corey has earned the 2014 John C. Sibley Award for education excellence. Corey is the director of the residency program in McMaster’s department of psychiatry and behavioural neurosciences. The Excellence in Education for Part-Time Faculty award joins an impressive list of awards and accolades the Dundas resident has received during her career at McMaster.
“I hope the pride of winning this award will be shared by all members of the department of psychiatry and behavioural neurosciences, in both our Hamilton and Waterloo Campuses,” said Corey. “It has only been with the dedication and participation of our faculty, administrative staff and our outstanding residents that our educational endeavours have been successful.”
The Sibley award is presented annually to a part-time faculty member who has made outstanding contributions to the education of health professionals. It is named for a former associate dean of the faculty of health sciences who was known for his interdisciplinary approach to community health.