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Honouring a leader in applied research

Mohawk to honour Dr. Edward (Ted) Scott during Fall Convocation ceremony

Mohawk will honour the man behind the college’s rise through the rankings of Canada’s top colleges for applied research by making him a Distinguished Fellow – Adjunct Professor during the college's Fall Convocation ceremonies to be held in the McIntyre Performing Arts Centre tomorrow night.

Dr. Edward (Ted) Scott is the Director of Strategy and Chief Innovation Officer at Hamilton Health Sciences and the former Chief Innovation Officer and Dean of Applied Research at Mohawk.

Dr. Scott is a graduate of Mohawk’s Radiography and Sonography programs and began teaching in Mohawk’s Medical Radiation Sciences program in 1999. He was appointed Chief Innovation Officer and Dean of Applied Research at Mohawk College in 2009. Under Dr. Scott’s leadership the college grew to become one of the top colleges in Canada for applied research activity. In 2016, he was appointed Director of Strategy and Chief Innovation Officer at Hamilton Health Sciences. He also serves on the Board with Hamilton’s Innovation Factory.

Dr. Scott has a Masters of Applied Science in Medical Ultrasound and a PhD in Obstetrical Screening and Sonography from Charles Sturt University of Australia. He was awarded a Mohawk Alumni of Distinction Award in 2007 in recognition of his work as an award-winning researcher, lecturer and expert in the clinical applications of ultrasound instrumentation and imaging techniques.

He also holds a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems – Canada credential. The professional certification validates professional competency to respected international and Canadian criteria and signifies that a health informatics professional has the skills, knowledge and abilities to perform safely and effectively in a broad range of practice settings.

Mohawk’s Distinguished Fellows make invaluable contributions to the college through academic advisement and student engagement, community outreach and strategic advisement to Mohawk’s senior leadership team. The distinction is conferred during Convocation by virtue of hooding. Participation in Mohawk College’s Distinguished Fellow program is by invitation only, with the title conferred and service to the college recognized during Convocation ceremonies.


Jay Robb
Director of Communications
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Mohawk College educates and serves 30,000 full-time, part-time, apprenticeship and international students at three campuses and two City School locations at the Eva Rothwell Resource Centre and the Central Public Library in Hamilton, Ontario. Mohawk has ranked first among all Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area colleges in student satisfaction for seven consecutive years and first in graduate satisfaction for the past five years. Mohawk ranks 15th among all colleges in Canada for applied research activity and has been named among Canada’s greenest employers and the region’s top employers for the past three years.