Utica College’s award recognizes educators for their significant commitment to teaching and service.
Congratulation are in order for Julianne Scanlan, physical therapist, on receiving this year’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Education from Utica College for her work over the past 16 years teaching clinical physical therapy skills to college student interns.
Julianne has been a dedicated member of the Capital Region BOCES’ teaching team for 19 years, helping support the growth of our elementary and teenage students attending programs across the Special Education division.
“I am passionate about teaching the next generation of physical therapists the skills it takes to be a successful provider of care for students with special needs and to support achievement in our special education programs, and am touched and honored by this recognition,” Julianne said.
“Julianne is a stellar employee, who is great with our students and staff and gives back in many positive ways to her professional community,” said Special Education Division Director Caralee Kardash. “This is a well-deserved honor.”
Utica College’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Education recognizes the vital contribution clinical educators make to its doctoral program. Nominees are considered for their significant commitment to teaching and service, and their essential role as clinical role models.