Today@Dal» Go to news main
Nomination Extension: Award for Excellence in Education for Diversity
Deadline to nominate has been extended until Friday, February 28, 2018
One award will be presented annually. This award will be presented to a teacher who has enhanced the Dalhousie teaching and learning environment through excellence in education for diversity.
Both nominators and evaluators should consider the following list of criteria. Nominees should provide evidence of excellence in diversity education, which can include but is not limited to:
- Developing innovative curricula to support diversity, particularly through embedding opportunities for students to experience diverse cultural perspectives (global to local), developing cross-cultural competencies, and enhancing the understanding of groups who have experienced historic disadvantages (including, but not limited to, LGTBQ+ students, and student with disabilities)
- Creating and implementing innovative pedagogical approaches that specifically support and enhance diverse student populations’ educational experiences, including but not limited to international students, Aboriginal students, African Nova Scotian students, and students from other groups who have experienced historic disadvantages (including, but not limited to, LGTBQ+ students, and student with disabilities)
- Developing programs or courses that provide experiences with diversity through courses taught abroad or in diverse communities within Canada
- Developing exchange and study-abroad programs that provide authentic and meaningful international and/or cross-cultural learning experiences (including research or workplace experiences)
- Developing innovative cross-cultural experiences for students in the classroom
This award shall normally be awarded once to any single initiative, but may be awarded more than once to a specific individual over the course of his/her careers at Dalhousie.
Value of Award
$1000 for the professional development of the recipient.
A nomination package must include
- Letter of nomination
- The nominee's abbreviated CV (max. eight pages)
- Description of the applicant’s innovative approaches, contributions, and accomplishments in education for diversity (max. 10 pages)
- Two letters of support from current and/or former students
- Two letters of support from colleagues
- Additional supporting materials (e.g., course descriptions, descriptions of course innovations, publications or presentations on the innovation, written comments from student ratings of instructions, additional letters of support, etc.) (max. 10 pages)
Nominators should collect and collate all required materials including those written by the nominee and the letters of supports to ensure confidentiality. The nominator is responsible for submitting the award nomination package on or before the deadline. In the case of self-nominations, the self-nominator should seek a colleague to request, collect and submit letters of support on their behalf to ensure confidentiality. This colleague shall submit the letters as a separate electronic file to the Centre for Learning and Teaching.
Submission of Nomination
Full nomination packages must be submitted as one PDF. Nominations may be submitted one of two ways:
2. Email the nomination to email@example.com
- Children needed for an online creativity study
- Job Postings
- Space still available for our babysitting matching service
- Job Postings
- Resistance as Practice: Acts of Anti‑Racism Through Architecture & Planning
- Studying for Success Virtual Workshops (Halifax)
- Part‑Time Academic Posting ‑ Contemporary Studies Program
- Marker Posting ‑ School of Health & Human Performance