The Glenn Carroll Teaching Fellowship
Congratulations to Ling Chu!
The 2007/8 Glenn Carroll Teaching Fellowship has been awarded to Ling Chu
. Ling Chu is an assistant professor Accounting (taxation) at the Laurier School of Business & Economics.
The Purpose of the Fellowship
The Glenn Carroll Teaching Fellowship provides recognition and support for the development of teaching excellence in the Department of Business, Wilfrid Laurier University. The intent is to support a range of activities connected to the improvement of teaching.
The Nature of the Fellowship
The Glenn Carroll Teaching Fellowship will be awarded annually (July 1st to June 30th) to a full-time faculty member of the Department of Business, WLU. The recipient (Teaching Fellow) will use the award to improve and develop her/his teaching. In return, the Teaching Fellow will conduct a two to three hour workshop on teaching and teaching methods for faculty in the Department of Business and for others expressing interest. This workshop is the arranged in cooperation with the Office of Instructional Development at WLU.
Selection Criteria for the Fellowship
The criteria for selection will be based on the following:
The candidate’s contribution over his/her career regarding teaching excellence (classroom performance, development of teaching materials and innovative curricula, etc.)
The potential for the candidate’s proposal to improve teaching excellence in the Department of Business