Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence
Purpose of Award
The purpose of these awards is to provide significant recognition for excellence in teaching, to encourage its pursuit, and to demonstrate the value that Laurier attaches to teaching.
· Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award
· Early Career Excellence in Teaching Award (Part-time)
· Early Career Excellence in Teaching Award (Full-time)
· Innovation in Teaching Award
January 15: Nomination package forwarded to Faculty/School Dean for endorsement and letter of support
February 1: Original Nomination package, plus eight complete copies, forwarded to Educational Development, Centre for Teaching Innovation and Excellence (if the 1st falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the deadline will be moved to Monday)
March 1: Teaching Award Committees recommendations forwarded to President
April 15: Winners of the Award for Teaching Excellence announced by the President
- June and/or October: Presentation of the Award at Convocation
Recipients of an award receive a framed certificate and a permanent notation in the University calendar, are recognized at the annual teaching awards ceremony, have their picture added to the Teaching Hall of Fame in the Bricker Academic Building, and are honoured at convocation.
For information about eligibility, nomination procedures, FAQs, packaging format and deadlines, please refer to the documents below.
|2015||WLU Award for Teaching Excellence Information Sheet and Award Guidelines||Document|
|2015||WLU Award for Teaching Excellence Nomination Form and Checklist||Document|
|2015||WLU Award for Teaching Excellence Teaching Evaluation Summary Table||Document|