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Queen's University
 

Centre for Teaching and Learning

University Wide Awards

Society of Graduate and Professional Students Teaching Assistant/Teaching Fellow Excellence Award

This award is intended to recognize the outstanding contribution(s) of a Teaching Assistant or Teaching Fellow to the SGPS and/or the Queen's community. (See SGPS website and SGPS Policy 9.3.2.f)

To learn more about the SGPS TA/TF Excellence Award.

This year's recipient is:

      2014 - 2015 Amirreza Rouhi, Mechanical and Materials Engineering

The Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award

Established in 2003 through gifts from the Toronto Dominion Bank and Chancellor Emeritus Charles Baillie, the Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award recognizes undergraduate or graduate teaching or professional teaching that has had an outstanding influence on the quality of student learning at Queen’s University.  It is awarded annually for activities that lead to improved learning, including curriculum development, educational leadership, design and delivery of out-of-classroom educational experiences, or classroom teaching and supervision. 

To learn more about the Charles Baillie Teaching Award.

This year's recipient is:

      2014 Stephen Lougheed, Biology

Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching

In recognition of the primary importance of teaching excellence at Queen's University, the Alumni Association and the Senate will offer the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.

To learn more about the Alumni Award.

This year's recipient is:

      2015 Jacqueline Davies, Philosophy and Gender Studies

Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision

This annual award is to recognize those outstanding supervisors who demonstrate excellence in advising, monitoring and mentoring graduate students through their training.

To learn more about the award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision.

This year's recipients are:

     2014 Peter Hodson, Biology and Environmental Science

     2014 Nancy Hutchinson, Faculty of Education

Christopher Knapper Award for Excellence in Teaching Assistance

Each year, the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University shall honour several teaching assistants who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the education of students of Queen's University which allows students to recognize outstanding teaching assistants.

The award is named in honour of Christopher Knapper, the founding Director of the Instructional Development Centre (now the Centre for Teaching and Learning). The Centre exists to support, advise and facilitate improvements and developments in teaching abilities of both professors and teaching assistants.

To learn more about the Christopher Knapper Award.

This year's recipient is:

      2014 - 2015 Graeme Baker, Mathematics and Statistics

      2014 - 2015 Lyndsay Woolridge, Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Frank Knox Award

To learn more about this award please click here. Each year, the Alma Mater Society of Queen's University shall honour two professors who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to the education of students of Queen's University through their teaching excellence. The award is the highest honour which is given to instructors of Queen's by Students.

The award is named in honour of Frank Knox, a professor of economics who taught at Queen's for forty years from the twenties to the sixties. Mr. Knox demonstrated tremendous dedication in his teaching of undergraduates, and thus this award serves as a reminder to all of the necessity for the strong commitment which professors must contribute through the high quality of their teaching to the students of Queen's.

To learn more about the Frank Knox Award.

This year's recipient is:

     2014 - 2015 Ken Rose, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Science

     2014 - 2015 Agnes Conacher, French Studies

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