National Teaching Awards
3M National Teaching Fellowship
The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and 3M Canada partner together to recognize exceptional contributions to teaching and Learning at Canadian universities. The community of 3M Teaching Fellows embodies the highest ideals of teaching excellence and scholarship with a commitment to enhance the educational experience of every learner. Up to ten fellowships are presented annually at the Society for Teaching and Learning's annual conference.
- 2022 - David Newhouse, Chanie Wenjack School of Indigenous Studies
- 2009 - Sarah Keefer, English Literature
- 2006 - Deborah Berrill, School of Education and Professional Learning
- 2006 - Susan Wurtele, Department of Geography
- 2003 - David Poole, Department of Mathematics
- 1997 - Stephen Brown, Department of English Literature
- 1993 - Alan Slavin, Department of Physics
Desire2Learn Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning
The Desire2Learn Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning celebrates and recognizes innovative approaches that promote learning in new ways at post-secondary institutions. Recipients are individuals with a demonstrable record of innovation(s) in areas including pedagogical approaches, teaching methods, course design, curriculum development, assessment methods, various tools and technologies that enhance learning and have had a significant impact on post-secondary education.
- 2014 - Marco Pollanen, Mathematics
National Technology Innovation Award
The National Technology Innovation Award, granted by The Learning Partnership, celebrates the achievements of educators who have contributed to making the learning experience more engaging for students and whose innovative use of technology has been instrumental in building modern, interactive learning environments for students in publicly funded schools (K-12), colleges and universities across Canada.
- 2009 – Marco Pollanen, Mathematics