Headshots of Jeffrey Erochko, Marylynn Steckley and Jesse Stewart

Jeffrey Erochko, an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been named a 2022 Provost’s Fellowship in Teaching Award winner for his enthusiasm and dedication to teaching excellence and innovation. Jeffrey has incorporated many experiential and active learning teaching methods in his courses, including flipped classroom methods, micro-video assignments and scaffolded term projects. He has expanded his teaching beyond the conventional classroom environment, combining new digital technologies and social media with hands-on engineering practice. Jeffrey has also been actively involved in the development and improvement of both the civil engineering curriculum and the common core Faculty curriculum.  

Marylynn Steckley, an Assistant Professor in the Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs, has been named a 2022 Provost’s Fellowship in Teaching Award winner for the creativity and care she puts into her teaching. Marylynn is dedicated to ensuring her students succeed, using various digital technology platforms for student learning and interaction. Since she began her career at Carleton, Marylynn has been a leader in her approach to international experiential learning, developing Canada’s first e-volunteering course for the Global and International Studies Program and the first virtual experiential learning course at Carleton. 

Jesse Stewart, an Associate Professor in the School for Studies in Art and Culture (Music), has been named a 2022 Provost’s Fellowship in Teaching Award winner, adding to a long list of accolades he’s received since coming to Carleton in 2008. Jesse is an engaging educator who takes an innovative and passionate approach to teaching. His impact as an educator extends well beyond the classroom and into the community. In addition to his teaching at Carleton, Jesse teaches regularly in several community contexts, including work with people experiencing economic distress, disadvantaged children, persons with disabilities, older adults and Indigenous youth.