External Teaching Awards
Anne Trépanier (Indigenous and Canadian Studies) is one of only five winners around the world of a 2019 D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning. The award recognizes educators who are redefining the learning experience through innovative, student-centred practices.
- Sarah Todd (Social Work) was named one of only 10 recipients of the 2019 3M National Teaching Fellowship, the most prestigious recognition of excellence in post-secondary teaching and educational leadership in Canada.
The following awards are administered by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and recognize outstanding teaching achievements. Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2019 Achievement Awards.
Teaching Achievement Award
The Teaching Achievement Awards are intended to enhance the teaching of their recipients and the quality of instruction at Carleton.
- Jeff Dawson, Biology and Andy Adler, Systems and Computer Engineering
- Cheryl Harasymchuk, Psychology
- Kahente Horn-Miller, Indigenous and Canadian Studies
- Michael Windover and Peter Coffman, Studies in Art and Culture
- Benjamin Woo, Journalism and Communication
Professional Achievement Award
The Professional Achievement Awards recognize outstanding professional achievements at Carleton University for professional librarians and instructors.
- Martha Attridge Bufton, MacOdrum Library
- Erika Banski, Cataloguing, MacOdrum Library
- Robert Collier, Computer Science
- Erica Fraser, History
- Kim Hellemans, Neuroscience
- Marylynn Steckley, Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs
- Nigel Waltho, Biology
Contract Instructor Teaching Awards
The Contract Instructor Teaching Awards recognize teaching excellence by Contract Instructors.
- Robert Helal, Sprott School of Business
- Gerry Kanter, Industrial Design
- Tiffany MacLellan, Law and Legal Studies
- Zahra Montazeri, Mathematics and Statistics
- Hugh Reid, English Language and Literature
Contract Instructor Teaching Innovation Grant
The purpose of the CITI grant is to provide support to a Contract Instructor for investigating student learning and alternative approaches to teaching and assessing student learning at the individual, departmental, Faculty, or institutional levels. The overall aims are to foster deep student learning at Carleton University and promote curiosity, reflection, and exploration in the areas of teaching and learning.
- Milica Stojmenovic, Computer Science
Internal Teaching Grants
Discovery Centre Fellowship
This fellowship recognizes a significant contribution to reflective and research-informed teaching. It provides an opportunity for Carleton faculty members to further develop or innovate their teaching and make an impact to the broader academic community. The inaugural recipients of this fellowship are Melanie Adrian (Law and Legal Studies) and Mira Sucharov (Political Science).
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Grant
This grant provides funding for Carleton’s instructors to engage in scholarly investigations of all aspects of teaching and learning. This year’s recipients are:
- Mustafa Bahran and Alain Bellerive, Physics
- Paulo Garcia, Systems and Computer Engineering
- Samuel McCready, History
- Sophie Tamas, Geography and Environmental Studies; Indigenous and Canadian Studies
- Kim Hellemans, Kim Matheson and Hymie Anisman (Neuroscience), Robyn McQuaid (Institute for Mental Health Research, Royal Ottawa Hospital) and Larry McCloskey (Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities)
Two instructors also received funding for teaching development projects in their courses:
- Shermeen Nizami, Health Sciences
- Deanna C. Whelan, Psychology