Cape Breton University Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award

The Cape Breton University Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award honors those who have had a favorable and lasting effect on students and who have demonstrated a superior reputation for teaching, intellectual vigor, communication skills, and innovative teaching techniques. An openness in dealing with students’ special needs, concern for students and the ability to motivate them contribute to the nominee’s caliber and commitment to teaching excellence.

 

Past Excellence in Teaching Award Recipients:

2014: Dr. Robert Campbell, Associate Professor of Management, Shannon School of Business

2013: Dr. David Johnson, Professor of Political Science, School of Arts and Social Sciences

2012: Joanne Pyke, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Shannon School of Business

2011: Dr. Andrew Parnaby, Associate Professor of History, School of Arts and Social Sciences 

2010: Dr. James Guy, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, School of Arts and Community Studies

2009: Dr. Dale Keefe, Professor, Department of Chemistry, School of Science and Technology, School of Science and Technology

2008: Edwin MacLellan, Associate Professor of Engineering,

2007: Dr. David McCorquodale, Professor, Department of Biology, School of Science and Technology

2006: Pam Seville, Assistant Professor, Department of Community Studies, School of Arts and Community Studies

2005: Alex Pierce, Assistant Professor, Department of Languages and Letters, School of Arts and Community Studies

2004: Dr. Harvey Johnstone, Professor, Accounting and Small Business Management, Co-ordinator, BACS/BBA, Director, SME Institute

2003: Brian Tennyson, Professor, History, School of Arts & Letters Director,Centre for International Studies

2002: Dr. Brian Howe, Associate Professor, Political Science, School of Community Studies; Co-Director, Childrens’ Rights Centre

2001: Dr. Katherine Covell, Professor, Psychology, School of Science and Technology, Co-Director, Childrens’ Rights Centre

2000: Dr. Cheryl Bartlett, Professor, Biology, School of Science and Technology

1999: Dr. Peter McIntyre, Associate Professor, Psychology, School of Science and Technology