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Principal Woolf announces new awards

Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf has announced new awards to celebrate excellence in teaching. The six principal’s teaching and learning awards recognize the diverse ways in which educators and educational supports enhance the student learning experience at Queen’s.

“Educators and educational support staff across campus are doing innovative things in their classes and in the services they provide to students,” says Principal Woolf.  “These teaching and learning awards will highlight that important work and some of the many dedicated individuals who are making a difference in the education and lives of our students.”

The suite of awards includes:

“The principal’s teaching and learning awards are an excellent way to recognize individuals and groups who are demonstrating excellence in their work and in areas of teaching and learning that are of particular importance to Queen’s,” says Peter Wolf, Associate Vice-Provost (Teaching and Learning) and Director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL).

Nominations for the six awards are now open and close on Sept. 30. For more information about the individuals awards and the nomination process, visit the CTL website.