Sarah Todd, a faculty member in Carleton University’s School of Social Work, has been named a 2019 3M National Teaching Fellow.

The 3M National Teaching Fellowship is the most prestigious recognition of excellence in post-secondary teaching in Canada. The community of 3M National Teaching Fellows embodies the highest ideals of teaching excellence and scholarship with a commitment to encourage and support the educational experience of every learner. Up to 10 fellowships are awarded annually.

Todd is the 10th Carleton faculty member to receive the award. Previous winners include: Alan Gillmor (1995), Brian Little (1995), Donald Westwood (1997), Aviva Freedman (1997), Tim Pychyl (1998), Janna Fox (2002), Bob Burk (2006), Adrian Chan (2012) and Alan Steele (2017).

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