Nominate your supervisor for a 2021 SGS Supervision Award
Do you have or know of an extraordinary amazing graduate supervisor who has made a difference in their students’ development as a researcher in supportive, stimulating an environment ? The School of Graduate Supervision Awards aim to recognize outstanding performance in the multiple roles associated with graduate student supervision. Each year, two JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Awards, and starting 2021, two SGS Early Career Supervision Awards will be offered to successful nominees: one of each award in the Humanities/Social Sciences and in the Physical/Life Sciences.
Students, faculty members, and staff wishing to submit a nomination should first contact their home graduate unit to inquire about the internal selection process and local deadlines. Learn more about how to nominate your supervisor and read all about our past winners.
Congratulations to Dr. Douglas McDougall (Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning): and Dr. Ted Sargent, (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering): the recipients of the JJ Berry Smith Doctoral Supervision Award in 2020!
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