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Queen's University
 

Centre for Teaching and Learning

Commerce Society Teaching Excellence Award

Nature of Award

To recognize the School of Business Professor who has contributed the most to students within the Commerce Program. This professor provided an exceptional level of service, or has greatly enhanced one's academic life in any way.

Nomination Criteria

The criteria is based on a professor's contribution to a student's success, either academically or in his/her exceptional level of service.

Nomination Procedure

Candidates will be nominated by the graduating class prior to voting.

Selection Process

The winner is voted upon by the entire fourth-year graduating class.

Presentation of Award

The winner is presented an engraved plaque at a Commerce event held each Spring for the graduating class.

Past Winners

      2012 - 2013 Peter Kissick
      2011 - 2012 David McConomy
      2010 - 2011 David McConomy
      2009 - 2010 Peter Kissick
      2008 - 2009 Peter Kissick
      2007 - 2008 Ken Wong
      2006 - 2007 Peter Kissick
      2005 - 2006 David McConomy
      2004 - 2005 Peter Kissick
      2003 - 2004 John Pliniussen
      2002 - 2003 Richard Jackson
      2001 - 2002 Willliam T. Cannon
      2000 - 2001 George Boland
      1999 - 2000 Peggy Cunningham
      1998 - 1999 Willliam T. Cannon
      1997 - 1998 Gordon Cassidy
      1996 - 1997 John Moore
      1995 - 1996 Bill Miklas
      1994 - 1995 Dale Carl
      1993 - 1994 Carol McKeen
      1992 - 1993 Shawna O'Grady
      1991 - 1992 Lorna Wright
      1990 - 1991 Peter Richardson
      1989 - 1990 Don Macnamara
      1988 - 1989 Ken Wong
      1987 - 1988 Bruce Buchan
      1986 - 1987 Richard Jackson
      1985 - 1986 David Monieson
      1984 - 1985 Victor MacDonald
      1983 - 1984 Lewis Johnson
      1982 - 1983 Donna Lounsbury
      1981 - 1982 John Dowling
      1980 - 1981 Bryan Downie
      1980 - 1981 David Monieson

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