This prize is awarded annually to the individual who, through their involvement in the teaching of undergraduate economics at Queen's, has shown that they possess and consistently apply the skills required to excel in their role as instructor, mentor and motivator for their students.
Undergraduate students from all years, alumni, faculty and staff are encouraged to nominate candidates for this prize. Nominations only require the name(s) of the person or persons submitting the nomination and a short note in support of the candidate. Any individual who has been an instructor for one or more undergraduate economics courses at Queen's during the past year is eligible for this prize. Eligible candidates include tenured and tenure-track professors, adjunct professors and teaching fellows.
The winner of the prize is announced by the Head of the Economics Department and the Chair(s) of the Department Undergraduate Student Council at spring convocation. Financial recognition funded by the Economics Trust may accompany the prize.
Call For Nominations: Nominations only require the name(s) of the person or persons submitting the nomination and a short note in support of the nominee. Letters should be submitted to the Undergraduate Studies office (Dunning Hall Room 221) before May 1 of each year.