Political Science Professor Mira Sucharov has won the prestigious Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) Teaching Award. It’s the highest honour for university teaching in Ontario.
Sucharov is well-known on campus for her “whole person approach” to teaching in the Department of Political Science. Her primary concern is the holistic development of students in ways that respect their humanity, whether she is designing new courses, supervising graduate students, mentoring faculty or teaching in the classroom.
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