Provost and Vice-President (Academic)
The University of Calgary Teaching Awards recognize and celebrate outstanding contributions to teaching and learning across our campus. A University of Calgary Teaching Award is a distinguished honour for members of our university community.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 University of Calgary Teaching Awards program. Students, academic staff and academic administrators are encouraged to nominate individuals who are committed to enriching the quality and breadth of learning at the University of Calgary.
The awards are comprised the following categories designed to recognize and celebrate outstanding contributions to teaching and learning:
Awards program support
The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning is offering support for the Teaching Awards program. The Taylor Institute is hosting workshops to support nominators and nominees in preparing nomination packages, as well as drop-in review sessions for people to consult on their nominations: Taylor Institute Teaching Development
Information on the nomination process can be found online at the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning website, under University of Calgary Teaching Awards.
Submit complete nomination packages, as one file, to email@example.com
Deadline for nominations: January 24, 2017
The awards will be presented and award recipients honoured at a Celebration of Teaching event to be held in March 2017.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Reflecting the foundational commitments of the University of Calgary’s Eyes High vision, the University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grants program is designed to enhance students' learning experiences at the University of Calgary.
The program will provide resources and expertise to support projects that integrate research evidence into teaching practice, generate new knowledge about teaching and learning at the University of Calgary, and disseminate the results of that work to benefit others.
The grants program supports these projects through three structural streams:
Within each of the three structural streams above, the program offers a special topic track for projects that integrate experiential learning into the design of a course or program.
Program guidelines, as well as additional information about the grants program, its three streams, the special topic track, and the timeline for proposal preparation support, are available from the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning.
The Taylor Institute will also be hosting drop-in consultation sessions and a series of workshops to support applicants in developing proposals for the grants program. Visit the Teaching and Learning Grants page of the Taylor Institute’s website for details.
Deadline for grant applications: February 7, 2017