Dr. John Milloy
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Joined Trent faculty in 1982
- Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching (1985-86)
Throughout his long career at Trent, Dr. John Milloy has demonstrated great enthusiasm and concern for both his students and the quality of his teaching. Students, faculty and staff were persuasive in their numerous Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching nomination letters for Prof. Milloy. He received the award, Trent’s most prestigious teaching honour, in 1986.
Professor Milloy specializes in history, particularly British Imperial policy toward aboriginal peoples and Plains Cree history as a member of Trent’s Department of Indigenous Studies.
Prof. Milloy was educated at St. Patrick’s College in Ottawa and received an M.A. in history from Carleton University and a Ph.D. in Imperial Commonwealth History from Oxford University. Before beginning his teaching legacy at Trent, Dr. Milloy taught history at the University of Winnipeg.