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Rowe lecturer receives teaching excellence award
Congratulations to Gregory Adolphe Nazaire, who was awarded the Contract and Sessional Instructor Award of Excellence for Teaching at Dalhousie's Teaching Excellence Awards on October 7. He has been teaching in our Faculty since 2005 and, according to Iraj Fooladi, who nominated him for the award, "never considers teaching just a job. He is very passionate about teaching and is dedicated to his students."
Greg is also active outside the classroom: he co-coached the RSB finance team for the 2015 JDCC competition in Toronto, initiated a collaborative partnership between the Black Business Initiative and the Faculty of Management, which led to a new $10,000 renewable scholarship for Black students in the Corporate Residency MBA Program, and coached the North End Community Garden project (Hope Blooms), considered one of the best examples of urban sustainable living in Canada.
Read more about the Teaching Excellence Awards.
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