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To learn more about this award please visit the 3M National Teaching Fellowship website.
In 1986, the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and 3M Canada joined to reward exceptional contributions to teaching and learning at Canadian universities. Ten fellowships are awarded each year. The community of 3M National Teaching Fellows embodies the highest ideals of teaching excellence and scholarship with a commitment to enhance the educational experience of every learner.
There are now 258 3M National Teaching Fellows scattered throughout Canada representing a broad range of academic disciplines. They work individually and collaboratively to enhance teaching and learning at their own institutions and through larger collaborative initiatives supported by the Society.
2018 Richard Ascough, School of Religion
2017 James Fraser, Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy
2009 John Smol, Biology
2004 Leo Jonker, Mathematics and Statistics
2002 Christopher Knapper, Instructional Development Centre
2000 Morris Orzech, Mathematics and Statistics
1995 Mark Weisberg, Law
1994 Peter taylor, Mathematics and Statistics
1992 William Barnes, English
To learn more about this award please visit the D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning website.
Established in 2012, the D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning, sponsored by D2L (Desire2Learn), celebrates and recognizes up to five post-secondary educators each year for their innovative approaches that promote student-centred teaching and learning.
The D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning is open to all instructors currently teaching at a post-secondary institution, regardless of discipline, level, or term of appointment. Unique among the STLHE awards is that the D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning is international and open to applicants from all countries; however, applications will only be accepted in French or English.
2017 Richard Ascough, School of Religion
To learn more about this award please visit the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations website.
Each year OCUFA recognizes outstanding teachers and academic librarians in Ontario universities through its Teaching and Academic Librarianship Awards.
Since 1973 OCUFA has presented 359 awards. The recipients are selected by the OCUFA Teaching and Academic Librarianship Awards Committee. Approximately 7 awards are presented every year.
2013 Corinne Laverty, Education Library (Academic Librarianship Award)
2003 Peter Taylor, Mathematics and Statistics
2002 Sandra Casey, Education Library (Academic Librarianship Award)
1999 Leo Jonker, Mathematics and Statistics
1999 Dennis Marshall, Law Library (Academic Librarianship Award)
1998 James McLellan, Chemical Engineering
1997 Morris Orzech, Mathematics and Statistics
1995 Christine Overall, Philosophy
1994 Mark Weisberg, Law
1991 Vivian Ludwin, Bracken Library (Academic Librarianship Award)
1978 David Bacon, Chemical Engineering
1973 Alfred Joliliffe, Geology
1973 Bruce Kirby, Mathematics and Statistics