The Faculty of Arts Teaching Excellence Committee gives two awards in the Spring of each year to recognize and reward excellence in teaching by graduate students. The awards are sponsored by the Arts Graduating Classes of 1943 and 1968, and the Dean of Arts.
Graduate students in the Faculty of Arts who are responsible for teaching either a three or six credit hour course in the Faculty during the Regular Session preceding the award, and who have not been the recipient of the Faculty of Arts Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award in previous years.
The Award - Two $500 awards will be given each Spring. The names of the recipients will be engraved on the Faculty of Arts' Wall of Recognition.
Nomination deadlines: April 30th of each year, however nominations are accepted at any time of the year.*
*The nominee must have taught during the year immediately preceding the nomination submission deadline date.
In addition the nominees must submit a teaching dossier1 containing the following pertinent information:
Nominees are encouraged to add any other relevant evidence to their teaching dossier. Such additional documentation might include:
Selection and Announcement
The Teaching Excellence Committee will review the nominees' teaching dossiers and make their selections by the end of May.
Nomination Form (pdf) | (Word)
[ June 24, 2014 ]