Teaching and Learning Award

Two awards are given each year to the instructors of first year APSC courses in Engineering and Applied Science who, in the opinion of the students, contributed most to creating a good teaching and learning environment in the classroom.

2015

Fall: William Newstead, Chemical Engineering
Winter: Carly Rozins, Mathematics & Engineering

2014 Fall: Alan Ableson, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter:
Bahman Gharesifard, Mathematics & Engineering
2013

Fall: William Newstead, Chemistry
Winter:
Peter Taylor, Mathematics & Engineering

2012 Fall: John Hanes, Geological Engineering/Andrew Hoefel, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter: Patrick Reynolds, Mathematics & Engineering
2011 Fall: Alan Ableson, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter: William Newstead, Chemistry
2010

Fall: John Hanes, Geological Engineering
Winter: Anothony Noble, Engineering Physics

2009

Fall: William Newstead, Chemistry
Winter: Somi Narayanan, Engineering Physics

2008

Fall: Tom Simko, Mechanical & Materials Engineering
Winter:William Newstead, Chemistry

2007

Fall: Bill Newstead, Chemistry
Winter: Dawn Aguilar, Mathematics & Engineering

2006

Fall: Alan Ableson, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter:Tom Simko, Mechanical & Materials Engineering

2005

Fall: William Newstead, Chemistry
Winter: Susan Cooper, Mathematics & Engineering

2004

Fall: Somi Narayanan, Engineering Physics
Winter: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering

2003

Fall: William Newstead, Chemistry
Winter: Robin Fletcher, Engineering Physics

2002

Fall: John Hanes, Geological Engineering
Winter: William Newstead, Chemistry
Honourable Mention: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering

2001

Fall: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering
Honourable Mention: John Hanes, Geological Engineering
Winter: Robin Fletcher, Engineering Physics
Honourable Mention: Paul Roman, Mining Engineering

2000

Fall: Kim McAuley, Chemical Engineering and Somi Narayanan, Engineering Physics
Honourable Mention: Ian Johnstone, Engineering Physics
Winter: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering and Jim Whitley, Mathematics & Engineering
Honourable Mention: Robin Fletcher, Engineering Physics
Honourable Mention: Kayll Lake, Engineering Physics

1999

Fall: John Hanes, Geological Engineering and Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter:Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering
Honourable Mention: Alan Ableson, Mathematics & Engineering
Honourable Mention: Jim Whitley, Mathematics & Engineering

1998

Fall: John Hanes, Geological Engineering
Honourable Mention: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering
Winter: Leo Jonker, Mathematics & Engineering
Honourable Mention: Kayll Lake, Engineering Physics
Honourable Mention: Somi Narayanan, Engineering Physics

1997

Fall: David Cardon, Mathematics & Engineering and John Hanes, Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering
Honourable Mention: Brian Hunter, Chemistry
Winter: David Cardon, Mathematics & Engineering and Lynann Clapham, Engineering Physics

1996

Fall: David Cardon, Mathematics & Engineering and Lynann Clapham, Engineering Physics

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