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Call for nominations for Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards

Awards recognize excellence and innovation in Indigenous education, curriculum development, educational leadership, international education, promoting student inquiry, and use of educational technology.

Principal and Vice-Chancellor Patrick Deane is pleased to announce that the nomination period for the Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards is now open, from Nov. 15 to Jan. 31.

Principal's Teaching and Learning Awards:
• Indigenous Education Award
• Curriculum Development Award
• Educational Leadership Award
• Educational Technology Award
• International Education Innovation Award
• Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award

The awards, presented by the Office of the Principal along with partners the Centre for Teaching and Learning, Queen’s Library, Information Technology Services, and the Office of the Vice Provost (International), recognize excellence and innovation in indigenous education, curriculum development, educational leadership, international education, promoting student inquiry, and use of educational technology.

New this year, the nomination process has been streamlined with a single set of guidelines, an online nomination form, and awards criteria published in a single point format for transparency and so nominators know exactly what expectations their nominee must meet or exceed in adjudication. Nominations may be submitted by any combination of students, faculty, and staff colleagues, department heads or deans.

Nominations for women, visible/racialized minorities, Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity are welcome and encouraged.

Nominations can be submitted through the new web page, now the “one stop shop” for all information related to awards as well as the online nomination form to apply.