Presidents Award For Distinguished Teaching
A primary function of the university is the creation and dissemination of knowledge through the education of its students and through scholarly research. To advance the first of these goals, Memorial University, in conjunction with the Alumni Association, established the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1989. The Award, up to two of which may be presented in any year, recognizes excellence in teaching over an extended period of years. It honours faculty members who, through their creative approaches and sustained commitment to teaching, have generated intellectual excitement and fostered the development of students' skills and interest in their disciplines. It also honours educational scholarship and leadership.
Information about the nomination process and the responsibilities of the nomination coordinator is available in the following Call for Nominations and Nomination Form.
Summary of deadline dates:
**Please check back to this site for 2012 deadline dates.**
Questions regarding the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching may be directed to:
All nomination materials should be sent to:
Distance Education, Learning and Teaching Support (DELTS)
ED-1004, Education Bldg.
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL, Canada A1B 3X8