Carolyn Becker, MD, FACP, of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension, received the Endocrine Society’s Outstanding Educator Award in recognition of her exceptional achievement as an educator in the discipline of endocrinology and metabolism. The honor is one of the society’s prestigious 2018 Laureate Awards. An endocrinologist with nearly 30 years of clinical experience, Becker’s clinical interests were in treating patients with metabolic bone diseases including osteoporosis and calcium disorders. After retiring from clinical practice in 2014, she has devoted herself to the role of educator. She is a co-course director of the Intensive Review of Internal Medicine (IRIM) at BWH and serves as a Marshall A. Wolf Master Clinician Educator, teaching and supervising medicine residents in the “art” of medicine. Becker was among 14 leaders in endocrinology from around the world to receive a 2018 Laureate Award. She will be presented with the award in March 2018 at ENDO 2018, the society’s 100th Annual Meeting & Expo in Chicago. The Endocrine Society is the world’s oldest and largest organization of scientists devoted to hormone research and physicians who care for people with hormone-related conditions. Established in 1944, the Society’s Laureate Awards recognize the highest achievements in the endocrinology field, including groundbreaking research and innovations in clinical care.