2022 Michael Condra Outstanding Student Service Award Recipients
Congratulations to our 2022 award recipients! Read more in the Queen's Gazette.
Left to right: Melissa Balson, Arts & Science; Haley Everson, Arts & Science (left) & Gail Motut, Student Affairs (right); Alana Korczynski, Health Sciences
Nominations for the 2022 Michael Condra Outstanding Student Service Award are now closed. Thank you to all our nominators!
The annual Michael Condra Outstanding Student Service Award is presented to Queen’s faculty or staff who have displayed a commitment to providing outstanding service to students, outside of a teaching role.
This award was established upon the retirement of Dr. Condra to recognize and honour his significant contributions and impact during his 30 years at Queen’s. Dr. Condra was the long-time Director of what is now Student Wellness Services, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology whose tenure at Queen’s was marked by an incredible dedication to supporting student success and wellbeing.
Recipients will be chosen by a selection committee coordinated by the Office of the Vice-Provost and Dean of Student Affairs and will each receive $2000. Nominators with successful nominations will be notified by email.
If you have any questions about the awards or the nomination process, please email email@example.com
2020-21: Lisa Webb, Ban Righ Centre
2019-20: Joan Jones, Student Community Relations Coordinator
2018-19: Dr. Martin Hand, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology
2017-18: Vanessa McCourt, Indigenous Advisor, Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre
2016-17: Renée Fitzpatrick, School of Medicine
2015-16: Aphra Rogers, Program Associate (First-Year), Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
2014-15: Helen Connop, Manager, Education and Equity, Faculty of Law