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2017 Provost’s Teaching Awards winners

Posted on 2017-04-21 in Students & Campus Life

Award winners will be recognized at the annual Celebration of Teaching on April 28, 2017

Seven teachers in the College of Arts & Science have been awarded 2017 Provost’s Teaching Awards. Given out by the University of Saskatchewan, these awards recognize teaching excellence and innovation across several categories.

The awards will be presented at the annual Celebration of Teaching on April 28, 2017.

Provost’s Teaching Award winners from the College of Arts & Science:


Provost’s College Awards for Outstanding Teaching

Valerie Korinek (Department of History)

Tracy Marchant (Department of Biology)


Provost’s Outstanding New Teacher Award

Benjamin Hoy (Department of History)

Colleen Bell (Department of Political Studies)


Provost’s Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award

Naheda Sahtout (Department of Chemistry)


Sylvia Wallace Sessional Lecturer Award

Rita Matlock (Department of English)


Provost’s Project Grant for Innovative Practice in Collaborative Teaching and Learning

Susan Shantz (Department of Art and Art History) and Graham Strickert (School of Environment and Sustainability). Project title: Becoming Water: Art and science in conversation

 

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